Building Local, Green and Fair Economies
The Sustainable Business Network of MA (SBN), in partnership with Common Good Collective, will hold its 31st annual conference virtually from 9 a.m. to noon, June 4, 2021. The SBN has had a mission to create local, green and fair economies for more than 30 years and hosts an annual conference to promote this mission.
Winona LaDuke, internationally renowned environmental activist and program director of Honor the Earth, will be presenting along with local leaders, Segun Idowu (Black Economic Council of Massachusetts), Rosario Ubiera-Minaya (Amplify Latinx), Shirley Leung (The Boston Globe) and Niaz Dorry (Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance), among many others.
The virtual gathering will consist of breakout sessions, networking opportunities, and pre- and post-conference discussions. Members are encouraged to sign up as a “Cohort of 5” that consists of friends, associates, colleagues or community leaders that will meet pre- and post-conference to discuss learnings and ways in which to take action in their work and in their communities.
Common Good Collective is a nonprofit with a mission to bring people together in an interactive, productive and fun way, with the intention of catalyzing important action steps that will change our world for the better.
Cost: $75-$200. For more information and to register, visit sbnmass.org.