NHPR's The Exchange discusses greenwashing at "on the road" event
June 29, 2016
I attended an NHPR event last night, at LaBelle Winery, hosted by Laura Knoy and Sam Evans-Brown. The guests were a sustainability manager at Stonyfield Farm Yogurt and Taryn Fisher, a professor with Antioch University New England's MBA in Sustainability.
Q&A and discussions ranged from use of plastic packaging, recycling, managing products that the public will use, balancing sustainability and what consumers will pay for to what motivates companies to "go green" with sustainability measures and why they sometimes don't share their efforts in going green. The effort to get a plastic bag ban in New Hampshire was also briefly mentioned.
It was great to see many NED pipeline fighting friends as well as people from Conservation Law Foundation. After the program, Laura Knoy said she loved my#FossilFree603 button. One is going out to her in the mail today!
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