Business in the 21st Century-Building a Sustainable World
Women's Summit at Bryant - March 2001
"Odyssey 2001: Journey to Success"
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 Presentations:

Sustainable Business Practices - Changing Mindsets
Gaytha A. Langlois, Professor of Environmental Studies, Bryant
Co-Founder/Coordinator, Center for Sustainable Business Practices
Introductory Comments
What is Sustainability - The Rhode Island Experience
Louise Durfee, Brown, Rudnick, Freed & Gesmer Law Firm,
Former Director, RI Department of Environmental Management
Public Policy and Sustainability in Massachusetts
Trudy Coxe, CEO, The Preservation Society of Newport County
Former Secretary of Environmental Affairs for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Corporate Involvement in the Transition to Sustainability
Dan McNally, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, Bryant
Co-Founder, Center for Sustainable Business Practices
Environmental Leadership - Women Who Stepped Forward
Gaytha A. Langlois, Professor of Environmental Studies, Bryant
Co-Founder, Center for Sustainable Business Practices
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Sustainable Business - 21st Century - Women's Summit Presentation - 2001

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Gaytha A. Langlois, Ph.D.
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Created: March 2001
Updated: May 2010