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Friday, March 25, 2011
11:45 AM - 1:15 PM

Sustainability: Basics of the business case

Mr. Dave Nash will elaborate upon how sustainability has become the norm rather than the exception, and its application to delivering meaningful results to the way you do business. He will explore how sustainability can create competitive advantage. Mr. Nash will also discuss risks and opportunities, external and internal drivers, sustainable business tools, and resources available on local, national, and global levels.

Mr. Nash, a Partner at McMahon DeGulis, emphasizes traditional areas of environmental legal experience plus corporate sustainability, climate change, advanced and renewable energy, and emerging environmental technologies that are environmentally related in his practice. He is co-founder of Corporate Sustainability Network.

Click to register for the March 25, 2011 GlobalGateway Luncheon.

Mr. Dave Nash will elaborate upon how sustainability has become the norm rather than the exception, and its application to delivering meaningful results to the way you do business. He will explore how sustainability can create competitive advantage. Mr. Nash will also discuss risks and opportunities, external and internal drivers, sustainable business tools, and resources available on local, national, and global levels. Mr. Nash, a Partner at McMahon DeGulis, emphasizes traditional areas of environmental legal experience plus corporate sustainability, climate change, advanced and renewable energy, and emerging environmental technologies that are environmentally related in his practice. He is co-founder of Corporate Sustainability Network. Click to register for the March 25, 2011 GlobalGateway Luncheon.

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