Sustainable Business and the Social Aspects of Drawdown

Join Sustainable Newton as they chat with Michael Oxman and David Stone Eady from the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business. Event is Friday, March 5th at 10:00 a.m. Eastern.

  • Professor Oxman will share a brief history of the center and its mission within the Georgia Tech Scheller School of Business.
  • Mr. Eady (who also serves currently as the Mayor of Oxford, GA) will discuss how the center works engages with local industry, governments, and non-profits to develop and execute sustainability initiatives.
  • Sustainable Newton's Vice President Sara Vinson will highlight two recent projects Sustainable Newton sponsored for the City of Covington, working with students from the center's Sustainable Business Practicum.
  • Professor Oxman will also discuss his role working on the "Beyond Carbon" elements of Drawdown Georgia, looking at the the social equity, public health, economic, and environmental implications of carbon reduction solutions.

Register here.