Talking “Green” on and off the Golf Course

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You can check out the “greens” at the PGA Tour Waste Management Phoenix Open* this week. And I am not talking about the kind of greens that Phil Mickelson is used to putting on, I’m talking about sustainability – specifically an “Executive Sustainability Forum” hosted by Waste Management, Xerox and Arizona State University on Thursday. About 100 executives from the academic, government and business worlds will attend and pick-up best practices to develop their own green strategies.

The group will be joined in Phoenix by prominent green blogger and bestselling “Green to Gold” author Andrew Winston who will tweet from the event and share his perspective with our readers through a series of blog posts and feature stories. Demand for green intel continues to grow so we thought it was important to tap one of the great green minds for this type of event, and Andrew’s expertise will provide a some solid perspective on what it all means.

Follow the conversation on Andrew’s Twitter @GreenAdvantage and @Xerox and let us know what you think, or ask specific questions about topics such as greening a workplace.*

*Updated November 21, 2017.

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  2. Hannah M. Wiseman February 8, 2012 - Reply

    You completed a number of fine points there. I need to get back out on the golf course soon.

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