Join the City of Indianapolis Office of Sustainability and the IUPUI Office of Sustainability for the inaugural Indianapolis Sustainability Summit: Community and Collaboration, hosted at IUPUI’s Campus Center. The 2018 summit will highlight the impact of community and collaborative efforts in advancing sustainability in Indianapolis. The summit will consist of The Indianapolis Sustainability Awards, Student Posters, and a Keynote Speaker.
The Indianapolis Sustainability Awards are designed to inspire innovation, showcase impact, reward leadership, and promote education around the principles of sustainability. Five awards will be given, four to highlight transformative work by a business, institution, nonprofit, and individual that integrates the three pillars of sustainability into their work, and one to highlight the organization demonstrating the greatest innovation and reductions in air emissions (the Knozone Clean Air Award). In an effort to make the event accessible for all, a number of subsidized tickets are available. All ticket sales and money raised benefits the City of Indianapolis SustainIndy Community Grant Program, which supports local organizations in advancing sustainability.
Keynote speaker Mark “Puck” Mykleby is the former special strategic assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, where he developed a concept to integrate the resources of America’s public, private, and civil sectors to capture emerging opportunities and address the complex challenges facing the U.S. and the world. Mark graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1987 and served as a Marine Officer for 24 years. After retiring from the Marine Corps in 2011, Mark went on to create the Strategic Innovation Lab at Case Western Reserve. He currently serves as the co-founder and chief strategist for Long Haul Capital Group, where he works to grow the foundation of a sustainable American economy.
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