From What If to What's Next: 12th Annual Sustainable Business and Design Conference

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From What If to What's Next: 12th Annual Sustainable Business and Design Conference

Description

Each year, the Sustainability Council organizes and hosts a business and design conference on the campus of FIT. The purpose of the event is to inform, involve, and inspire the entire FIT community about sustainability and how to incorporate sustainability as a model into all aspects of what we do.
The featured talks of 2018 included keynote speaker Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs; "There Are No Environmental Problems: Psychology and Sustainability" by Dr. Daniel Benkendorf, Associate Professor of Psychology at FIT; "Innovation Stations" interactive displays by FIT students who will demonstrate sustainability projects that have been featured at the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U), BioDesign Challenge, etc.; "Biomimicry: Tapping into 3.8 Billion Years of Design Success" by Mark Dorfman, BioMimicry 3.8; and a closing keynote by Xiuhtezcatl Martinez.

Publisher

Fashion Institute of Technology

Alternative Title

2018 Sustainability Council Conference

Date Created

2018-04-10

Length

2:43:28

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