Beer & Sustainability Happy Hour at BlueJacket Brewery

Screen Shot 2014-03-10 at 10.13.13 AMOn March 26th, please join DC Net Impact for a Beer and Sustainability happy hour at Bluejacket Brewery. This event is a unique opportunity to network with fellow sustainability professionals and students, while enjoying delicious beer and food.

Tickets are $20 for Net Impact members and $30 for non-members, and include:

  • One draft beer & light fare (including classic & veggie sliders).
  • An exclusive tour of the Bluejacket brewery.
  • The chance to meet “Beer Activist” Chris O’Brien, an expert on environmentally sustainable brewing practices and American University’s Director of Sustainability.

Net Impact is is a global community of over 300 chapters and more than 40,000 student and professional leaders working within and beyond business to tackle the world’s toughest problems. The DC Net Impact (DCNI) professional chapter works to inspire, educate, and equip professionals to use the power of business to make the vision of a more socially and environmentally responsible world a reality.

Space is limited and this event will sell out, so get your ticket today!

Event: The Green Workplace

On Thursday, February 17 at 6 pm, Leigh Stringer will be speaking about her new book The Green Workplace at the American Institute of Architects, Washington Chapter at 1777 Church Street, NW.

The book targets companies, government agencies and NGOs, laying out hundreds of strategies for greening the workplace to help the environment and the bottom line.

Leigh will share best practices from interviews with large and small organizations as well as ways to encourage green human behavior in the workplace through lessons from behavioral science. Register online or call (314) 935-5212 to RSVP.

Leigh Stringer is a LEED Accredited Professional and a vice president at HOK, a global architectural firm and industry leader in sustainability. She lives in Washington DC.