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Business and Sustainability Co-Sponsors

The Foundation for Global Community is working to build a world that functions for the benefit of all life. Recognizing that natural, social, and economic systems are all parts of an interconnected whole, the Foundation develops and supports a variety of dynamic community-based and international projects. The Foundation, a non-profit organization, traces its beginnings back to the early 1940s when Stanford law professor Dr. Harry Rathbun and Emilia Rathbun began Bay Area community and university discussions focused on mankind’s relationship to the planet and its living systems.

Bay Area Net Impact: Professionals for Responsible Business
Net Impact is an influential network of more than 12,000 graduate students and professionals committed to using the power of business to positively impact the world. This innovative organization is fostering a new generation of leaders in corporate responsibility, social entrepreneurship, community development and environmental management. Bay Area Net Impact supports and inspires local members by helping them to develop their careers, learn new skills, share ideas, support local causes, and connect with like-minded people.

The Pacific Industrial and Business Association is a non-profit professional environmental, health, safety, and facilities management organization serving industry and business since 1952, and is one of the Bay Area’s most valuable resources for industry and business. As an association, PIBA represents a broad range of manufacturing, service, consulting, and legal firms from multi-national corporations to sole proprietors. PIBA operates through action committees, chaired and attended by active members.

The Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG) is organized to involve principal officers and senior managers of member companies in a cooperative effort with local, regional, state and federal government officials to address major public policy issues affecting the economic health and quality of life in Silicon Valley.

The Sustainable Business Institute (SBI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to discovering with corporate leaders the benefits of sustainable business practices, technologies, and products that can increase profits, raise market share, and improve working environments. SBI has become the preeminent independent, non-government, non-partisan venue for business practices through annual CEO Forums and PBS documentaries.

Inspired by Willis Harman and founded in 1987, The World Business Academy, a non-profit, educational organization, has been actively involved in facilitating discussions on the role business can play at this pivotal point in history. The Academy uses a methodology that encourages honest interactions among its members, assisted by its fellows, and complemented by an ongoing series of educational publications. The Academy provides a forum within which business people can enunciate their desires to implement personal and enterprise transformation and enables them to network with colleagues engaged in making similar long-range sustainable decisions.

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