BizNGO 2014

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From chemical footprinting to alternatives assessment, BizNGO 2014 shapes the direction of engaging initiatives advancing safer chemicals.

 

 

 

 

 


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Speaker Bios
Welcome: Accelerating Change: The case for private sector vision - Debbie Raphael, San Francisco Environment
The Chemical Footprint Project - Tracking Progress to Safer Chemicals - Sally Edwards, Lowell Center for Sustainable Production
The Chemical Footprint Project - Tracking Progress to Safer Chemicals - Vanessa Lochner, Kaiser Permanente
The Chemical Footprint Project - Tracking Progress to Safer Chemicals - Roger McFadden, Staples
The Chemical Footprint Project - Tracking Progress to Safer Chemicals - Susan Baker, Trillium Asset Management
Finding Common Ground on a Policy to Reduce Persistent, Bioaccumulate & Toxic (PBT) Chemicals - Dr. Ted Schettler, Science and Environmental Health Ne
Finding Common Ground on a Policy to Reduce Persistent, Bioaccumulate & Toxic (PBT) Chemicals - Sarah Doll, Safer States
ZDHC Initiative–Transforming the Chemistry of the Apparel and Footwear Sector’s Supply Chain - Anna Walker, Levi Strauss and Nick Farrar, Nike
Chemical Footprinting: Lessons Learned from Company Pilots Speakers - Tim Greiner, Pure Strategies
Identifying Essential Needs for Advancing Alternatives Assessment - Meg Whittaker, ToxServices
Identifying Essential Needs for Advancing Alternatives Assessment - Alex Stone, Washington State Dept. of Ecology
Identifying Essential Needs for Advancing Alternatives Assessment - Bob Boughton, DTSC
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