August 12: Dinner with Joe Laur, Thought Leader in the Field of Environmental Sustainability

Net Impact Boston invites you to join us for a small group dinner with Joe Laur, thought leader in the field of environmental sustainability.

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Date: Wednesday, August 12th
Time: 6:30pm
Location: Redline 59 JFK Street, Cambridge, MA map
RSVP: ginammarciano@gmail.com

Joe Laur, VP of Content at Greenopolis.com, will join a small group of Net Impact members to discuss how Greenopolis can be used as a tool for organizations, individuals and communities in becoming more sustainable. We will also use the opportunity to explore ways in which Net Impact and Greenopolis can work together to promote environmentally and socially responsible business practices here in Boston. For more information visit: www.greenopolis.com. Join us and share your experiences in promoting sustainability and learn some new ways to do more!

About Joe Laur
joe_laurJoe Laur is a pioneering thought leader in the field of sustainability with over 15 years of experience working in cooperation with companies to reduce their environmental impact. He has coauthored two books on sustainability: Learning for Sustainability and The Necessary Revolution: How Individuals and Businesses are Working Together to Create a Sustainable World. Along with his colleagues, Peter Senge and Sara Schley, he established the Society for Organizational Learning (SoL) Sustainability Consortium, an active group of industry leaders in learning and sustainability. This consortium includes members from Harley-Davidson, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Nike, 7th Generation, Waste Management, Plug Power and more.

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