Sunday, October 20, 2013

Event - Annual Sustainable Florida Conference and Awards: Working on the Green Sustainability Summit

The Annual Sustainable Florida Conference is titled Working on the Green. This Sustainability Summit is scheduled for Wednesday, October 30, 2013, beginning at 8:30 AM. The Best Practice Awards Luncheon is at 12 noon. This exciting program features several of Florida’s sustainability leaders in an informal setting that will educate, inspire and facilitate your first steps.

The annual Sustainable Florida conference has a different theme in a new location each year. It gives individuals from campuses, government, businesses and communities a chance to come together to share their experiences and challenges related to creating sustainability and a green culture.

Presentations focus on matters relating to Florida’s economy, environment, and quality of life.

Successful projects and strategies
  • Education and research for sustainability
  • Economic improvements for sustainable efficiency and effectiveness
  • Protection and restoration for sustainable ecological systems
  • Enhancing sustainability for the well-being of all people
Who should attend?
  • The conference is open to participants interested in sharing best practices for Florida’s future
  • Business leaders and directors of sustainability efforts
  • Administrators, faculty and students of Florida’s academic institutions
  • Government officials and community leaders
  • Planning, facility and development staff
  • Florida citizens interested in developing stronger, local sustainability initiatives
Learn how to:
  • Increase profits
  • Reduce expenses
  • Create markets
  • Enhance brand loyalty
  • Improve performance by learning best practices
  • Be prepared for the new marketplace
  • Build a network of new partners
The Best Practice Awards - Florida Green School Awards

An independent set of judge review and score each nomination. Judges are experienced and knowledgeable in the fields of sustainability, energy, engineering, green building, corporate social responsibility and government.

Click here for more information or to register.

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