Center for Corporate Sustainability Summit

The Center for Corporate Sustainability Summit will be held in Austin
next week, May 28 & 29

Living in Austin you have a whole range of options for participating
from participating in person at the Hilton Austin to watching it
online, or attending as little as one Luncheon/Town Hall/Media Forum. (the items in bold are those most
likely to apply to you)

Premiere Summit On-Site Attendee ($995.00)

Premiere Summit On-Site Attendee w/ Carbon Emissions Reduction

Premiere On-Site Attendee – IFMA/BOMA Member ($895.00)

Premiere On-Site Attendee w/ Carbon Emission Reduction – IFMA/BOMA
Member ($915.00)

Virtual Attendee Plus+ Annual Summit Internet Viewing Passport

Virtual Attendee ($295.00)

Friday May 29 Luncheon And Town Hall ONLY Attendee ($75.00)

If you are unable to attend the entire event, please accept our
invitation for a special event open to the general public on Friday
May 29th (just $75)

11:30 – 12:30PM : Media Panel

Get a better pulse on the market and see what’s on the horizon with a
panel of top-flight sustainability reporters who share their research
from interviews with C-Suite executives, investors, government
leaders, and operating unit implementers.

Brian Dumaine, global editor of FORTUNE

Andrew Revkin, Reporter, New York Times

Greg Zimmerman, Executive Editor, Building Operation Management magazine

12:30 –1 PM : Lunch at the Hilton

1 PM –2:15 PM : Town Hall Meeting w/ Robin Rather
One of the nation’s foremost town hall moderators will pull
everything together in the culmination of the Summit. A lively
interchange of ideas and summary of what you can immediately put into
action upon returning home are assured. Robin is a recognized expert
in sustainability and related policy issues. As CEO of Collective
Strength, she specializes in market research, strategy, planning and
messaging for corporate, governmental and non-profit clients.

Limited seating. RSVP required. $75 check/credit card

Registration link

Or register with kgrassell at

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