Upcoming Sustainability Practitioners Webinar: Conducting a Sustainability Baseline Assessment

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Upcoming Sustainability Practitioners Webinar: Conducting a Sustainability Baseline Assessment

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Thursday, June 2, 2011 - 9:00am

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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) June 2, 2011 - The Natural Step Exchange is pleased to present the June instalment of its Sustainability Practitioners Webinars Series on dynamic topics that are relevant to its members.  Sustainability Practitioners Webinars delve into the core principles and underpinnings of The Natural Step’s approach to strategic sustainable development. Attendees gain insight into a variety of sustainability topics alongside one of The Natural Step Canada’s experienced sustainability advisors.

Sustainability Practitioners Webinar ::: Conducting a Sustainability Baseline Assessment
Date: June 16, 2011
Time: 1:30-2:30 EST

Cost: Free for Exchange members, $30 CAD for the general public.
To Register: please click HERE.
To Join: please click HERE or email Emily Briggs for additional information.

Baseline assessments come in all shapes and sizes and it's important to know what level of detail is required to create an accurate sustainability baseline so that you can track and monitor progress towards long term goals. How accurate does our baseline need to be? What information should you gather? Now that you have all this information what do you do with it?

John Purkis, Senior Manager and Senior Advisor at The Natural Step Canada will explore the connection between the long term goals and vision of an organization and the baseline and a process to conduct  a sustainability baseline assessment. During this webinar you will:

•    be exposed to the principal of accuracy refinement
•    review the important interplay between the vision and the baseline
•    learn the three elements of a baseline analysis
•    be exposed to a few examples from other organizations
•    have the opportunity to discuss how to conduct a baseline in your organization or community.

The Natural Step Exchange is a unique network for sustainability practitioners and leaders who want to learn, share, and connect with others to accelerate the change toward a sustainable Canada. This webinar is open to the general public for registration.

Introductory memberships are designed for the general public and graduates of The Natural Step Canada’s Sustainability Learning Program courses who are interested in building their sustainability knowledge and curious about becoming more deeply engaged in the sustainability field in Canada.  For more information about how to join, please visit our website at http://www.thenaturalstep.org/exchange/.

About The Natural Step Canada
The Natural Step Canada is a dynamic non-profit organization with over a decade of experience helping organizations and individuals understand and make meaningful progress toward sustainability. We envision a sustainable world in which individuals, communities, and businesses thrive within nature’s limits. We strive to inspire, educate, and connect Canadian leaders to accelerate the transformation toward a sustainable world.
 
Through award-winning learning programs and our unique suite of advisory, coaching, training, and process facilitation services, we translate the fundamentals of sustainability into practical steps businesses and communities can take to achieve lasting change.

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Contact

Emily Briggs
The Natural Step Canada
http://www.thenaturalstep.org/canada
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