business Events & Workshops

  • May 25, 2011

    On May 25, 2011 Sustainability 24 will unite leading thinkers, Non Governmental Organizations, business high performers and sustainability service providers enabling them to share fresh ideas, innovations and thought-provoking concepts associated with the adoption of wider sustainability practices throughout business.

  • Jun 30, 2010

    Capitol Hill briefings on the 2010 hurricane season, which forecasters predict will produce between 14 and 23 named hurricanes - the most active season since 2005, when Hurricane Katrina and 27 other named storms swept the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico. Key discussion topics include risks an active hurricane season pose for energy-related infrastructure, for inland areas as storm surges push oil from the Gulf spill beyond beaches and marshland, and for stakeholders dealing with flooding in coastal communities in the Gulf and along the East Coast. 

  • Mar 5, 2009

    The Pew Center co-sponsored two East Coast workshops exploring issues related to Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS).

  • Nov 12, 2008

    An event hosted by the Pew Center and Point Carbon.

  • Oct 18, 2006
  • Mar 25, 2004

    The Pew Center on Global Climate Change and the National Commission on Energy Policy (NCEP) sponsored a workshop entitled “The 10-50 Solution: Technologies and Policies for a Low-Carbon Future.” The goal of this workshop was to articulate a long-term vision for a low-carbon economy within 50 years and to discuss the technologies, industrial processes and policies needed in the short and medium term to achieve it.

  • Sep 13, 1999
  • Jul 16, 2008 (All day)

    Companies including Air Products, Citi, Deere and Co., Exelon, and United Technologies presented on their strategies to reduce energy use in their internal operations and facilities.

  • Oct 23, 2008 (All day)

    Hewlett-Packard and Mars were among the companies that shared their strategies to reduce energy use in their supply chains. Additionally, Clear Carbon Consulting presented on supply chain footprinting.