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Research & Data

Business Response to COVID-19

Making the Business Case

These reports and case studies contain clear and compelling business and economic benefits exist for our policy positions. In fact, most of our policy positions include ones that have been painted by others as bad for business. These documents can be used to help educate policymakers and others about how policies based on sustainable principles can be good for all stakeholders, including the planet.

Polling

ASBC regularly conducts polling of small business owners nationwide. In recent years polling has covered several policy areas:

White Papers

ASBC has released several reports which take an in-depth look into important sustainability issues:

Webinars & Videos

Business Survival Tactics During Coronavirus

Josh Knauer, Co-founder, Jumpscale and Professor at Carnegie Mellon University   View Recording | View the Slides

Circular Economy

Making the Business Case

These reports and case studies contain clear and compelling business and economic benefits exist for our policy positions. In fact, most of our policy positions include ones that have been painted by others as bad for business. These documents can be used to help educate policymakers and others about how policies based on sustainable principles can be good for all stakeholders, including the planet.

Business Case Reports

The Business Case for Eliminating PFAS Chemicals from Consumer Products

The Business Case for Eliminating Harmful Chemicals from Products

Business case for EPA action on safer chemicals

The Business Case for Cleaning Product Ingredient Disclosure Legislation

The Business Case for Sustainable Procurement

Case Studies

These case studies illustrate how ASBC members and other businesses engage in practices that support the triple bottom line of people, planet, and profit. These companies have found ways to take the high road from a social and environmental standpoint, without undermining their growth and profitability — and in some cases making their business even more successful in conventional financial terms.

We hope these case studies provide inspiration and information to help your business to do well by doing good.

Hackensack University Medical Center: Hospitals Leading the Way on Safer Chemicals & Products

Seventh Generation: Bringing Transparency to Chemicals Management

Lullaby Earth: Proving That Chemical Safety and Good Business Are Like Pillow and Pillowcase

Naturepedic: Creating Safer Products, New Jobs and Business Opportunities, While Spurring Innovation

Catholic Healthcare West: Why Health Care Needs Federal Chemicals Reform

Construction Specialties: Green Buildings Need Safer Chemicals Policy Reform

Kaiser Permanente: Using Safer Chemicals in Products to Support Preventive Health Care

Perkins + Will: Taking a Precautionary Approach to Chemicals in Products

Bringing Chemical and Environmental Health to the Online Mattress Trend with Happsy

Polling

ASBC regularly conducts polling of small business owners nationwide. In recent years polling has covered several policy areas:

Toxic Chemicals

In general, small business owners are concerned about the threat posed by chemicals to the health of humans and the environment, and are supportive of regulation aimed at mitigating that threat. Concern over the health risks posed to human and environmental health by toxic chemicals is shared among Democratic and Republican SBOs, as well as support for stricter government regulations to increase transparency and accountability so health risks can be minimized. Read the complete polling report.

White Papers

ASBC has released several reports which take an in-depth look into important sustainability issues:

The Power of Sustainable Purchasing

Procurement of goods and services is necessary for every type of organization, but procurement by governments, large companies, and institutions also resonates throughout our supply chains and beyond. What we buy, and how we buy it, makes a big impact on local communities, the environment, and the economy. By making choices that consider this impact, our buying decisions will resonate positively throughout our supply chains and our world. Read or download the complete report.

Making the Business & Economic Case for Safer Chemistry

A 2015 report commissioned with the Green Chemistry and Commerce Council, and developed by independent research firm Trucost, found a substantially higher market growth potential for safer chemicals than their conventional counterparts. Among the key findings, the report found that the market for safer chemicals is estimated to have 24 times the growth of conventional chemicals market worldwide from 2011 to 2020, with some sectors experiencing far higher growth.  Read or download the complete report. Watch the webinar on the report.

Webinars & Videos

The Power of Sustainable Purchasing

Eliza Kelsten, Policy Manager, American Sustainable Business Council (moderator)
Kris Spriano, SPLC BENCHMARK Program Manager
Format: Webinar
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Sustainable Procurement Policy

Satya Rhodes-Conway, Managing Director of the Mayors Innovation Project
Stacey Foreman, Sustainable Procurement Coordinator for the City of Portland, OR
Eliza Kelsten, Policy Manager, American Sustainable Business Council (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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What’s It Made Of Initiative

Susan Inglis, Executive Director, Sustainable Furnishings Council
Bryan McGannon,  Director of Policy, American Sustainable Business Council
Judy Levin, Pollution Prevention Co-Director, Center for Environmental Health
Emily Naud, Sustainability Manager, GCI General Contractors
Format: Webinar
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Infrastructure

Making the Business Case

These reports and case studies contain clear and compelling business and economic benefits exist for our policy positions. In fact, most of our policy positions include ones that have been painted by others as bad for business. These documents can be used to help educate policymakers and others about how policies based on sustainable principles can be good for all stakeholders, including the planet.

Business Case Reports

The Business Case for Green Building

The Business Case for Net Neutrality

Business case for EPA action on clean water

Case Studies

These case studies illustrate how ASBC members and other businesses engage in practices that support the triple bottom line of people, planet, and profit. These companies have found ways to take the high road from a social and environmental standpoint, without undermining their growth and profitability — and in some cases making their business even more successful in conventional financial terms.

We hope these case studies provide inspiration and information to help your business to do well by doing good.

Construction Specialties: Green Buildings Need Safer Chemicals Policy Reform

The Business Case for Green Building

Polling

ASBC regularly conducts polling of small business owners nationwide. In recent years polling has covered several policy areas:

Clean Water

Small business owners recognize that clean water is crucial for their companies, and for the economy at large. Clear majorities support strong regulations to protect waterways, particularly a federal proposal currently under consideration. Read or download the complete report.

White Papers

ASBC has released several reports which take an in-depth look into important sustainability issues:

Clean Water in the Upper Mississippi River Basin: Economic Importance, Threats, and Opportunities

Water is one of our nation’s priceless resources, essential to life itself. Healthy ecosystems and a robust economy depend on plentiful, clean water — and unlike almost all other resources water has no substitute. It’s why businesses in all sectors support protecting clean water — whether as a direct component of their operations or simply to keep their communities and employees healthy. And in the Upper Mississippi River Basin (UMRB), clean water is big business. American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC) has worked tirelessly to support legislation protecting and improving our clean water supplies. Read or download the complete report.

The Business Case for Green Building

Green building is the process of creating or retrofitting a building through an environmentally- and resource-mindful process, from conception to design and through operations and maintenance. The report describes market trends and projected economic activity resulting from the growth of green building construction and retrofitting, as well as its positive impact on the environment. The Business Case for Green Building

Webinars & Videos

Making the Business Case on Clean Water Issues to the Media

Bob Keener, Deputy Director of Public Relations, American Sustainable Business Council
Dana Patterson, Communications Strategist, Princeton Hydro, LLC
Rita Yelda, Outreach & Communications Manager, Coalition for the Delaware River Watershed
Colton Fagundes, Policy Associate, American Sustainable Business Council                    View Recording View the Slides

Effective Advocating & Lobbying Your Elected Officials on Clean Water and other issues

Melanie Smith, Executive Director, Delaware Sustainable Business Council, CEO of Sustainable World Strategies, former member of the Delaware House of Representatives
Frank Knapp, CEO, South Carolina Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Owner of the Knapp Agency 
Colton Fagundes, Policy Associate, American Sustainable Business Council                    View Recording | View the Slides

Clean Water Is Good for Business

Andy Tveekrem, Brewmaster + Co-Founder, Market Garden Brewery
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Why Net Neutrality Matters for Business

Ilyssa Meyer Manager, Public Policy and Research, Etsy
Evan Engstrom Executive Director, Engine
Phillip Berenbroick Senior Policy Counsel, Public Knowledge
Ryan Rabac Marketing Director, ASBC (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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The Business Case for the Young Farmer Success Act

Chris Gibson, United States Representative (R-NY)
Joe Courtney, United States Representative (D-CT)
Eric Hansen, Policy Analyst at National Young Farmers Coalition
Richard Eidlin, Vice President, American Sustainable Business Council (moderator)

Climate & Energy 

Making the Business Case

These reports and case studies contain clear and compelling business and economic benefits exist for our policy positions. In fact, most of our policy positions include ones that have been painted by others as bad for business. These documents can be used to help educate policymakers and others about how policies based on sustainable principles can be good for all stakeholders, including the planet.

Business Case Reports

The Business Case for Carbon Pricing

Business case for EPA action on climate change

Green Bonds Business Case 

Case Studies

These case studies illustrate how ASBC members and other businesses engage in practices that support the triple bottom line of people, planet, and profit. These companies have found ways to take the high road from a social and environmental standpoint, without undermining their growth and profitability — and in some cases making their business even more successful in conventional financial terms.

We hope these case studies provide inspiration and information to help your business to do well by doing good.

Polling

ASBC regularly conducts polling of small business owners nationwide. In recent years polling has covered several policy areas:

Energy and Environmental Policy Reform

Most small business owners across party lines support safer, cleaner, more efficient and renewable energy. They support rules to reduce carbon emissions from power plants and oppose continued subsidies to oil, gas and coal industries. Read the complete polling report.

White Papers

ASBC has released several reports which take an in-depth look into important sustainability issues:

Rethinking Fracking

While shale development is vital to current U.S. energy policy, a 2015 report found a number of ill effects associated with hydraulic fracturing (also known as fracking). These include stressed local water supplies, health risks from toxic chemicals and emissions, and increased methane emissions that contribute to climate change—which itself poses a number of challenges to businesses. Read or download the complete report.

Municipal Primer on Climate Investing

Municipalities have many opportunities to promote ambitious action and policies to help to avoid a climate crisis. One major opportunity is the use of pension funds and investments to advance clean energy investment and fossil fuel divestment. This report lays out options for city and pension fund managers to use their power as investors to accelerate the clean energy transition. Read or download the complete report.

Webinars & Videos 

Sixty Minutes with Hazel Henderson on Transitioning to Science-Based Investing

Hazel Henderson D.Sc.Hon., FRSA, Founder, Ethical Markets Media
Edward Saltzberg, PhD, Executive Director, Security and Sustainability Forum
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Capturing Methane Emissions

Amory Lovins, cofounder, Chief Scientist, and Chairman Emeritus of Rocky Mountain Institute
Alice Madden, Executive Director, the Getches Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy & the Environment at Colorado Law School
Wiley Rhodes, Founder, One Step In foundation
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Taking Action on Climate Through Pricing Carbon

Eliza Kelsten, Policy Manager, American Sustainable Business Council
Format: Webinar
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Curb Climate Change: Putting a Price on Carbon

VT State Representative Sarah Copeland-Hanzas
MA State Representative Jen Benson
Eliza Kelsten, Policy Manager, American Sustainable Business Council (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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Federal Carbon Tax: Mission Possible?

Bob Inglis, Former Congressman, SC; current Executive Director, Energy and Enterprise Initiative
Walt Minnick, Former Congressman (ID), Co Founder and Partner, Partnership for Responsible Growth
Josh Karetny, Legislative Director, Senator Whitehouse
Richard Eidlin, Vice President, American Sustainable Business Council (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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Opportunities to Address Climate Change: State-based Carbon Taxes

Jeff Mauk, Executive Director, National Caucus of Environmental Legislators
Aaron Regunberg, State Representative, RI
Kevin Ranker, State Senator, WA
Michael Green, Executive Director, Climate Action Business Association
Richard Eidlin, Vice President, American Sustainable Business Council (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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The Carbon Risk for Government and Business

Michael McGinn, former Mayor of Seattle, WA
Matthew Patsky, CFA, is CEO and a Portfolio Manager at Trillium Asset Management
David Levine, CEO & President, American Sustainable Business Council (co-moderator)
James Irwin, Associate Director, Mayors Innovation Project (co-moderator)

Become a Leading Carbon Tax Advocate

Zach Bernstein, Manager of Research and Social Media, ASBC
Richard Eidlin, Vice President, American Sustainable Business Council (moderator)

The Conservative Case for a National Carbon Tax

Bob Inglis, Former United States Representative (R-SC)
Catrina Rorke, Director of Energy Policy and Senior Fellow, R Street Institute
Richard Eidlin, Vice President, American Sustainable Business Council (moderator)

Carbon Fee Act with Senator Brian Schatz (D-HI)

Brian Schatz, Hawai‘i’s senior United States Senator.
Alya Kayal, Director of Policy & Programs for the Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment (US SIF) (moderator)
Hawai‘i-based Michael Kramer, Managing Partner of Natural Investments
Richard Eidlin, Vice President, American Sustainable Business Council
Format: Webinar                                        View Recording

What Are States Doing On Carbon Pricing?

Jeff Mauk, Executive Director, National Caucus of Environmental Legislators
Michael Barrett, State Senator, (D-MA)
Michael Green, Executive Director, Climate Action Business Association
Dan Barlow, Public Policy Manager, VT Businesses for Social Responsibility
Ross Macfarlane, Senior Advisor, Business Partnerships, Climate Solutions
Zach Bernstein, Manager of Research and Social Media, ASBC
Richard Eidlin, Vice President of Policy, ASBC (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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Facebook and Ben & Jerry’s: Corporate Strategies to Reduce Carbon Pollution

Bill Weihl, Director of Sustainability, Facebook
Christopher Miller, Social Activism Manager, Ben & Jerry’s
Sarah Severn, Coordinator for Washington State Businesses for Climate Action
Richard Eidlin, Vice President of Policy, ASBC (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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Carbon Pricing 101 – How Would a Tax/Fee Really Work?

Sam Adams, Director, U.S. Climate Initiative, World Resources Institute
Christina DeConcini, Director, Government Affairs, World Resources Institute
Noah Kaufman, Climate Economist, World Resources Institute
Richard Eidlin, Vice President of Policy, ASBC (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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The Business Case for Rethinking Fracking

Hilary Baum, Project Director, ASBC
Tom Frantz, 4th Generation Almond Farmer
Jannette Barth, Ph.D. Pepacton Institute LLC, Managing Director and Economist
Amy Mall, Senior Policy Analyst, Natural Resources Defense Council
Marvin McPherson, Manager of Member Engagement, ASBC (moderator)
Format: Webinar

Business Case for a National Carbon Tax

Richard Eidlin, Vice President of Policy, ASBC
Zach Bernstein, Manager of Research and Social Media, ASBC
Marvin McPherson, Manager of Member Engagement, ASBC (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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High Road Economy

Making the Business Case

These reports and case studies contain clear and compelling business and economic benefits exist for our policy positions. In fact, most of our policy positions include ones that have been painted by others as bad for business. These documents can be used to help educate policymakers and others about how policies based on sustainable principles can be good for all stakeholders, including the planet.

Business Case Reports

The Business Case for Worker Ownership

Case Studies**

These case studies illustrate how ASBC members and other businesses engage in practices that support the triple bottom line of people, planet, and profit. These companies have found ways to take the high road from a social and environmental standpoint, without undermining their growth and profitability — and in some cases making their business even more successful in conventional financial terms.

We hope these case studies provide inspiration and information to help your business to do well by doing good.

EILEEN FISHER Takes the High Road on Pay and Medical Leave

UncommonGoods: Strengthens Its Bottom Line with Good Workplace Policies

Naturepedic: Creating Safer Products, New Jobs and Business Opportunities, While Spurring Innovation

Catholic Healthcare West: Why Health Care Needs Federal Chemicals Reform

Business Case for Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Tracking & Metrics – A Better Way Forward

Polling

ASBC regularly conducts polling of small business owners nationwide. In recent years polling has covered several policy areas:

Retirement

Small business owners believe that a lack of retirement security hurts business and the overall economy.  Even so, few small business owners offer a retirement plan, with cost being the primary impediment. Read the complete polling report.

Raising the Minimum Wage

The federal minimum wage was last increased five years ago, in July 2009, to $7.25 an hour. A striking 61% of small business employers nationwide support increasing it to $10.10. This finding is higher than reported in previous small business polling, indicating growing support for the increase. Read the complete poll report, produced with Business for a Fair Minimum Wage.

Immigration Reform

Most small business owners support a roadmap to citizenship for current immigrants including those already here. They prefer a path to citizenship over a program of temporary guest worker visas. Read or download the complete report.

Campaign Finance

Small business owners view the Citizens United decision as bad for small business. According to opinion polling released by the American Sustainable Business Council, Main Street Alliance and Small Business Majority, the poll also shows small business owners overwhelmingly believe corporations have been given too much freedom to spend money that directly influences political campaigns.  Read or download the complete report.

Access to Credit

Nine in ten (91%) small business owners support allowing community banks, cooperatives, and credit unions to more actively compete with commercial banks in servicing the financing needs of small business, two-thirds strongly. Support remained very high across party lines, with 87% Democratic (66% strongly), 89% Independent (65% strongly) and 92% Republican (68% strongly) small business owners in favor. Download the complete report.

White Papers

ASBC has released several reports which take an in-depth look into important sustainability issues:

A Simple Fix for a $17 Billion Corporate Tax Loophole

Many U.S. businesses and families struggle to pay both their own basic bills and taxes for our shared infrastructure and services—while numerous corporations dodge state and federal taxes by shifting U.S. earnings to subsidiaries in offshore tax havens. But states can recoup billions of dollars without help from Congress. A 2019 report, produced by ASBC, U.S. Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) Education Fund, Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP), and SalesFactor.org, explains how state-level actions against tax dodging can make taxation fairer, empower broad-based prosperity and build a strong future. Read or download the complete report.

The High Road Workplace: Route to a Sustainable Economy

High-road businesses see things differently than others. They see their employees, the communities in which they operate, and the products and services they provide as equally vital to their financial success. These companies look beyond next quarter’s report and take a long-term view of their firms as vehicles to create significant, positive business and social impact. This report describes what it means to be a high-road business, why it matters, and how policy can help incentivize more businesses adopt high-road practices. Read or download the complete report.

True Cost of Externalities

An economy based on conventional accounting methods, not reflective of true costs, is unsustainable and inefficient. Cultivating a sustainable economy depends on constructive interplay between business and government, and on how each handles externalities within its own operating realms. The scope and shape of public economic policy is largely determined by prevailing business sector goals and strategies. Read or download the complete report.

Municipal Primer on Climate Investing

Municipalities have many opportunities to promote ambitious action and policies to help to avoid a climate crisis. One major opportunity is the use of pension funds and investments to advance clean energy investment and fossil fuel divestment. This report lays out options for city and pension fund managers to use their power as investors to accelerate the clean energy transition. Read or download the complete report.

Webinars & Videos

ASBC Sustainable Business & Advocacy Summit: “Making Capitalism Work for All” Plenary Sessions

Capitalism + Activism: Thoughts from Gen Z and Millennial Leaders
Millennial and Gen Z business, political and civic leaders are experiencing head-on the blessings and failings of our capitalist system. According to several recent polls, they have a more positive view of the word “socialism” than previous generations.
Facing significant challenges, these purpose-driven and media savvy entrepreneurs are often more comfortable than their Baby Boom colleagues in questioning conventional assumptions about how markets work as well as social, environmental and political issues. They know how powerfully their business or personal brand can influence society’s views on racial justice, climate change, environmental stewardship, and equity. Hear how the next generation’s leaders view capitalism and see their role in advancing a more sustainable economy.
Panelists:
⦁        Lela Klein, Co-op Dayton
⦁        Quillian Robinson, American Conservation Coalition
⦁        Tequila Johnson, The Equity Alliance
⦁        Nina Bernardin, Conscious Company, moderator                                                 
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How Inequality Constricts Our Economy And What We Can Do About It

Heather Boushey, President and CEO, Washington Center for Equitable Growth and author of UNBOUND                               
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Worker Ownership – A Strategy for Strengthening America’s Middle Class

Doug O’Brien, President and CEO, National Cooperative Business Association

Matt Gomez, Counsel, House Small Business Committee, Chairwoman Nydia M. Velázquez (D-NY)

Dan Wolf, President, Cape Air; Former Massachusetts State Senator

Michael Peck, 1worker1vote co-founder/executive director; ASBC Board Secretary                                 View Recording

Rethinking Our Way to the Future We Want

Jaimie Cloud, Founder and President, Cloud Institute
Ali-Reza “A.R.” Vahabzadeh, Vice President of Memberships & Chief of Staff to CEO, ASBC
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Opportunity Zones for Social Impact and Community Benefit

Ali-Reza “A.R.” Vahabzadeh, Vice President of Memberships & Chief of Staff to CEO, ASBC
Val Red-Horse Mohl, Executive Director, Social Venture Circle
John O’Neill, Senior Tax Policy Analyst, ASBC
Juan Saldana III, Managing Principal, P3 Markets
Jeff Kaplan, Principal, NextSeed
Rachel Reilly, Director of Impact Strategy, Economic Innovation Group (EIG)
Adam Northrup, Financial Strategist, LOCUS
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Building a Purpose Driven Culture

Jeffrey Hollender, CEO, co-founder and Board Chair of the American Sustainable Business Council
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The Business Case for Medicare for All

David Levine, President, American Sustainable Business Council
Richard Master, Founder and CEO, MCS Industries, Inc.
Jerry Friedman, Professor of Economics, University of Massachusetts
Marvin McPherson, Associate Director, Member Engagement, American Sustainable Business Council (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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Don’t Believe Trump’s Hype: Regulations Do Work for Business!

Celinda Lake, President, Lake Research Partners
Bryan McGannon,  Director of Policy, American Sustainable Business Council (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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The On-Demand Economy: Insights on an Independent Workforce

Steve King, Principal, Emergent Research
Claudia Viek, CEO, California Association for Micro Enterprose Opportunity (CAMEO)
Pat Heffernan, founder, Marketing Partners, Inc., co-chair ASBC Working Group for Women. (moderator)
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Health Care Reimbursement

John Gamlin, Director of Human Resources, New Belgium Brewing
Wayne Jonas, MD, Chief Executive Officer, Samueli Institute
Kent Bradley, former Chief Medical Officer of Safeway
Richard Eidlin, Vice President of Policy, ASBC (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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Business Case for Good Workplace

David Levine, President of ASBC
Format: Webinar
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Hone Your Message and Work with the Media to Get it Out

David Brodwin, Co-founder, VP Media and Communications & CFO, American Sustainable Business Council
Bob Keener, Deputy Director, Public Relations, American Sustainable Business Council
Ryan Rabac, Manager, Digital Marketing, American Sustainable Business Council (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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Effectively Advocating & Lobbying Your Elected Officials

Julia Watts, Associate Director, Campaigns, American Sustainable Business Council
Ryan Rabac, Manager, Digital Marketing, American Sustainable Business Council (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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Sharing the Responsible Business Voice on Social Media

Pat Heffernan, Founder, Marketing Partners, Inc., co-chair ASBC Working Group for Women
Ryan Rabac, Manager, Digital Marketing, American Sustainable Business Council (moderator)
Kevin Maley, Managing Supervisor, VOX Global
Maggie Kinnealey, Managing Supervisor, VOX Global
Format: Webinar
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Don’t Believe Trump’s Hype: Regulations Do Work for Business!

Celinda Lake, President, Lake Research Partners
Bryan McGannon,  Director of Policy, American Sustainable Business Council (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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What the Election Means to Sustainable Businesses

April De Simone, Founder, Designing the WE
Celinda Lake, President, Lake Research Partners
Sam Munger, Director, State Innovation Exchange
Shaun Chapman, Chief of Staff, SolarCity
Richard Eidlin, Vice President, American Sustainable Business Council (moderator)
Format: Webinar
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Capital to Launch or Scale Your Business**

Brian Beckon, Vice President, Cutting Edge Capital
Jenny Kassan, JennyKassan.com Investment (US SIF) (moderator)
Mike O’Donnell, Executive Director, Colorado Lending Source
Richard Eidlin, Vice President, American Sustainable Business Council
Format: Webinar
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State and Local Recommendations for Reopening the Economy

David Levine, President, ASBC
Michael Shuman, Director, Local Economies Program, Neighborhood Associates Corporation
Chasity Wells-Armstrong, Mayor, Kankakee, IL
Nicola Williams, Founder & President, The Williams Agency
Paul Evans, OR State Representative, Co-Chair EOPA Leadership Council
Derek Peebles, Executive Director, American Independent Business Alliance
Jaimie Cloud, President, The Cloud Institute
Bob Rossi, Executive Director, NY Sustainable Business Council