Sustainability Dashboard Tools to Sponsor Sustainability Symposium
Bloomington, IN – Sustainability Dashboard Tools, LLC--a Web-based system that allows businesses and facilities to manage and monitor their use of natural resources in order to reduce their environmental impact and cut costs--has announced that they will be a sponsor of the upcoming 2012 PA/NJ Sustainability Symposium.
The event will be held March 29, 2012, at the Franklin Institute Science Museum in Philadelphia, PA.
Now in its second year, this event brings together industry, university, and community leaders to discuss best practices and experiences, to ask questions, and to share information about promoting sustainability.
This year’s keynote speakers at the symposium will include:
· Roger Platt, Senior Vice President of the U.S. Green Building Council
· Jerry Sweeney, President and CEO of Brandywine Realty Trust, one of the largest realty trusts in the United States
· Henry H. Chamberlain, President and COO of BOMA International (Building Owners and Management Association)
More than fifteen panel discussions will be held covering a variety of topics related to sustainability, including energy conservation and management systems, community engagement, building retrofits, starting a sustainable business, electric cars, and LEED/Energy Star issues.
“The Franklin Institute is an historic scientific and educational institution where many new technologies that impact the way we live have been introduced,” says Stephen Ashkin, CEO of Sustainable Dashboard Tools.
“The first wireless telegraph was demonstrated here in the 1890s, the first television in the 1930s, and today they are sponsoring conferences and showcasing systems that promote sustainability,” adds Ashkin. “We are proud to be a sponsor of the PA/NJ Sustainability Symposium and to work with such a respected facility.”
For more information or to register, visit http://conta.cc/njpass.
About The Sustainablity Dashboard Tool, LLC.
The Sustainability Dashboard is an advance reporting system designed for everyone who is involved in sustainability programs. It is specifically designed to be easy to use, reduce environmental impacts and save money. For more information visit: www.green2sustainable.com.