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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Out of concern for the health and safety of our supporters, vendors, and local communities — and in line with orders by the State of California and local Bay Area counties — Sustainable Enterprise Conference of Sonoma County will not be holding any events now or in the foreseeable future. Our program is built on the belief that live in person events offer exceptional return on investment, deepen existing relationships, and advance critical issues.

Right now, the most important thing all of us can do is focus our attention on personal safety and the safety of others in our community. 

Take care of yourselves. Be kind to others in need. And please continue to work and live within the means of our one beautiful planet.

Sustainable Enterprise Web-Conference

REGIONAL RESILIENCE: THRIVING IN A CHANGING WORLD

ONLINE Thursday MAY 7 - 9 AM to Noon

Please join educational, business, government and community leaders ONLINE for the 15th Annual Sustainable Enterprise Web-Conference on May 7, 2020. This year we convene transformational and engaged leaders to discuss pathways to Economic, Social and Environmental Resilience now and in the future.

Our program will explore what is happening now at the intersection of sustainable communities and crisis response. We will also present some visions of what is possible and how we might get there.

Access to our live stream will be free, but we ask you to register so we can send you the link.

How we can move from vision to collaborative planning: A conversation between Gil, CEO Natural Logic, and Friend and Pooran Desai, CEO One Planet Living

  • How Sonoma State University, local government, and our largest businesses are keeping an eye on sustainability in COVID recovery planning.
  • What is the food system that can feed our community.
  • What some leading North Bay companies are doing to localize our economy.
  • Grassroots action to recover from COVID while continuing to build resilient communities.

Presented to the community with support from
SONOMA STATE UNIVERSITY Center for Environmental Inquiry

 

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