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November 19 | Environmentalists and Corporations Make Strange Bedfellows . . . Or Do They?

frontierseventThe fall series “Frontiers in the Environment: Big Questions” wraps up with a thought-provoking debate over the most effective ways to influence corporate environmental stewardship. “Environmentalists and Corporations Make Strange Bedfellows . . . Or Do They?” will feature Steve Polasky, IonE resident fellow, lead scientist of the Natural Capital Project and College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences professor; Amy Skoczlas Cole, vice president of corporate social responsibility at Pentair; J. Drake Hamilton, science policy director of Fresh Energy; and Chris P. Lambe, managing director of Columbia University Earth Institute’s Agriculture and Food Security Center.

Wednesday, November 19 | 12:00—1:00PM
Learning & Environmental Sciences Building
IonE Seminar Room R380
St. Paul, Minnesota 55108

Free and open to the public; no registration required
Join us online via UMConnect

See the Institute on the Environment event page for a full schedule and more information.

Attend the final event in the "Frontiers in the Environment" series, "Environmentalists and Corporations Make Strange Bedfellows ...Or Do They?" on November 19.

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