About Keith Keith is CEO of Green Cloud Technologies, an emerging company that helps clients understand and navigate cloud technologies. Keith spent 14 years serving in various executive level technical capacities, including Chief Technology Officer at two telecommunications organizationswhere he managed $275 million of network infrastructure deployment, capital expenditures, and operating expenses. Keith also served
Dan Weidenbenner is the executive director of Mill Community Ministries, the umbrella organization for Mill Village Farms. Through this work he leads a network of urban farms while delivering and marketing produce in low-income, “food-desert” communities where there is often little-to-no access to fresh and affordable food. His focus has been on employing and empowering
The landscape in Upstate South Carolina is ripe for food collaboration. As we create a sustainable healthy food community, we have to be boldly open to partner with everyone: private industry, advocacy organizations, educational institutions, and the public sector with complete transparency.
Sustainability has been called the question of our generation. Can our businesses, communities, and citizens, practice meeting their own needs in ways that are respectful of future generations and restorative of natural, cultural, and financial assets?
Americans spend 20 billion dollars per year on funerals, and the number of funerals will soon increase as the baby boomers generate a death boom. In the next 25 years, less than 10% of this income could protect and restore more than 1 million acres of natural landscape. Conservation burial grounds can help capture this
Clean water. Pure water. Drinkable water. What is the future of our water and clean water. Find out here. About John John Tynan is Deputy Director of Upstate Forever, a regional conservation non-profit. He oversees all programmatic and outreach efforts of the orgnaiztion, including land protection, air and water advocacy, and regional planning initiatives. John
What is the future of electic vehicles? Build the first electric vehicle ecosystem. About Bradford Bradford Swann is part of General Electric’s Government Affairs team, responsible for managing state and local relations for GE Capital and GE Energy. He has an MBA from Georgetown University and a degree in Economics from the University of Georgia.
Anthony Cortese is the founder and President of Second Nature, a nonprofit that is developing the national capacity to make healthy, just, and sustainable action a foundation of all learning and practice in higher education. He is also a renowned expert and consultant on the institutionalization of sustainability principles and programs.