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Environmentalist Bea Johnson (cq) opens the cupboard in the kitchen of her home in Mill Valley Calif. on Friday April 9 2010. She buys in bulk in order to avoid packaging that must be recycled or thrown away. She and her family take extreme measures to achieve a zero waste lifestyle. (IJ photo/Frankie Frost)

Thanks to San Jose Mercury News for this photo of Environmentalist Bea Johnson. She and her family take extreme measures to achieve a zero waste lifestyle. (IJ photo/Frankie Frost)

Join us this Friday, April 1st for a great lineup of speakers at the 19th Annual Babson Energy and Environmental Conference!

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This year’s theme is “Redefining Consumption” and cool speakers are digging into the megatrends such as the sharing economy, augmented reality, and the internet of things.

  • Ken Kimmell President, Union of Concerned Scientists

        Taking action on international climate change goals

  • Bea Johnson Lifestyle blogger & author of Zero Waste Home

        Living a zero waste lifestyle

  • Jim Heppelmann CEO, PTC

        Discussion and demonstration of augmented reality

  • Mark Donohue ’88 Serial Entrepreneur

        The future of consumption

Don’t forget that Sustainable Wellesley is offering a 25% discount on a General Admission ticket. Use promo code: SW2016.

More information can be found here.