The Sustainability Imperative
Sustainability is not optional–it’s imperative
Everyone has a role to play. On April 27 and 28, The Hill will host its second annual festival convening policy leaders and practitioners in the sustainability ecosystem. Each day will include multiple bands of programming across a spectrum of topics.
Wednesday, April 27th – Thursday, April 28th
- Jennifer Granholm, Secretary of Energy
- Shalanda H. Baker, Deputy Director for Energy Justice, DOE
- Rep. John Curtis (R-UT), Member, Energy, Climate and Conservation Task Force; Founder, Conservative Climate Caucus
- Brenda Mallory, Chair, Council on Environmental Quality
- Abhi Ramesh, CEO, Misfits Market
- Sigourney Weaver, Actress & Environmental Activist
To view the full schedule and lineup of speakers, click here.
- Victoria Mills, Managing Director, Environmental Defense Fund
- Jason Jedlinski, General Manager, The Hill
- Bob Cusack, Editor-in-Chief, The Hill
- Julia Manchester, Political Reporter, The Hill
- Sharon Udasin, Sustainability Reporter, The Hill
Watch video from Day One:
The Sustainability Imperative: Cleaner, Sustainable Energy of Tomorrow
Trash Talk: Conversations on Consumption, Waste and Recycling
Watch video from Day Two:
The New Greenprint: Pubic & Private Sector Sustainability Goals
The Sustainability Imperative: Making a Difference: Sustainability Thought Leaders & Innovators
Join the conversation! Tweet us: @TheHillEvents using #TheHillSustainability
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