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The Green Economy – Opportunity or Obligation?

A Panel Discussion on the Intersection of the Environment and Business

From the dramatic growth of investments and venture capital funding aimed at so-called "green technologies" to the emergence of entire capital markets worldwide based on the trading of carbon emissions, what are the realities (and opportunities) of this new "green" business environment?  Companies worldwide are asking themselves these same questions, and (likely) so are you.

This important and timely topic will be the subject of a dynamic panel discussion.  Co-sponsored by Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business and School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA), this event will bring together leading experts on public policy from academia and private industry specialists to discuss the latest developments in this rapidly growing facet of global business today.

This event will be moderated by a journalist from the financial press and panelists include:

Kyle Tanger, Principal, Clear Carbon Consulting, Washington, D.C. (MPA/MSES 1999)

Banker or Venture Capitalist - to be arranged 

Matthew Auer, Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, SPEA, Bloomington, IN 

John W. Maxwell, Associate Professor of Business Economics & Public Policy, Kelley School of Business, Bloomington, IN

DATE:                        Thursday, October 4th, 2007

TIME:                           6:30-8:30pm, Registration/Reception 6:30, panels starts at 7:30

WHERE:                    Westin New York at Times Square 

                                     270 West 43rd Street , New York, NY 10036

COST:                        $15 IUAA and BGS members / $25 non-members

REGISTER:                http://kelley.iu.edu/alumni/events/event.cfm?key=NY071004 or call (812) 855-6340.

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