February VIP Dinner with Brooke Barton, Director of the Ceres Water Program

dinnerplatesSMLIn 2014, the World Economic Forum and world business leaders identified that water supply crises are among the highest impact risks facing the modern world. Join us for our February VIP Member Dinner with Brooke Barton, Director Water Program at Ceres, find out more about the global water crisis, and have some great conversations.

Our VIP Dinners provide Net Impact Boston Professional Chapter members with the chance to dive deeper into a specific subject area pertinent to sustainability and/or social impact. The events are limited in size so that everyone can share their ideas and have a great discussion around the topic of focus.

Brooke Barton leads Ceres’ water program, directing the organization’s research and corporate and investor engagement on the risks and opportunities related to global sustainability. She is the co-author of The Ceres Aqua Gauge: A Framework for 21st Century Water Risk Management and author of the 2010 Ceres study with Bloomberg and UBS looking at corporate water disclosure: Murky Waters: Corporate Reporting on Water Risk.

We were lucky enough to catch up with Brooke to find out more about her career journey and what inspired her to focus on water – check out the interview and sign up to come and meet Brooke in person.

Date: February 25, 2014
Location: Kingston Station, 25 Kingston St, Boston, MA 02111
Open to: Net Impact Boston Professional Chapter members

RSVP: Eventbrite Page

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