UC Berkeley Extension presents a talk on what's trending now in the corporate world: sustainable, prosperous, and greener manufacturing.
Today, leading companies are using dramatically fewer materials, less energy and safer chemicals when they manufacture products. These innovations impressively address climate change and natural resources depletion while generating corporate profits, community benefits and professional pride. Engineers, managers and interested citizens hear a hopeful, future story based on real-world examples in this dynamic presentation.
Pamela J. Gordon is president and founder of Technology Forecasters Inc. (TFI), providing research and consulting to the electronics and technology industries since 1987
Harvey Stone Ph.D.
Harvey Stone, Ph.D., is an environmental consultant, entrepreneur and writer, who specializes in corporate sustainability practices. He has been an instructor in the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business and is the president of Harvey Stone Communications. He is the author of Melting Down, a climate-change thriller novel (www.harvey-stone.com).