Executive Director, John Imes, attended the panel and wrote a column about the event that was featured in WisBusiness and The Cap Times.
Read it here.
While in Washington DC, Executive Director, John Imes, attended the National Blue-Green Alliance Green Jobs Conference, a White House event, and meetings with Congressman Mark Pocan, Senator Tammy Baldwin's Chief of Staff, and other colleagues.
WEI Executive Director, John Imes, gave a presentation on Clean Clear Waters at the 11th Annual "Advancements in Stormwater and Erosion Control" conference hosted by Naseca Wisconsin.
presentation: Clean Clear Waters' Designation for Advanced Erosion Control.
Executive Director, John Imes, attended the 3rd annual Energy Policy Summit with Renew Wisconsin.
The event discussed the potential of renewable energy to help Wisconsin's economy, environment, and businesses.
Check out this summary!
The Capital Times recently published an opinion article written by WEI Executive Director, John Imes.
discusses the sustainable practices of businesses on Monroe Street and their Monroe Street Green certification.
Read more here.
WEI Director John Imes serves as a Green Tier Adviser.
WEI Executive Director, John Imes, will serve as a program adviser for Edgewood College's Sustainability Leadership Graduate Certificate Program.
, who is well known in the field as a leader in business sustainability, will share his
experiences in sustainable leadership and business development.
WEI Executive Director, John Imes, attended Wisconsin-Bhutan: The Sustainable Future honoring His Excellency Lyonpo Yeshey Zimba.
The event, hosted by Organic Valley, celebrated sustainable efforts and future partnerships between Wisconsin and Bhutan.
WEI Executive Director, John Imes, joined former Minnesota Environmental Initiative Executive Director, Ciaran Mannion in Toronto for the Green Living Show.
This show brought together seasoned experts in diverse fields to discuss how to make the world a greener place.
WEI Executive Director, John Imes, served as a Green Tier Adviser for the South Central Regional Green Tier meeting.
Representatives for several local businesses, including Didion Milling, Inc.
, Colony Brands, Inc.
, Madison Environmental Group, LLC
, Webcrafters Inc.
, Lands' End
, Nestle Purina
, Environmental Compliance Systems, Inc.
, BIOFerm Energy Systems
, Perfect Environmental Performance, LLC
, and Edgewood College
came together to share sustainable practices and lessons learned in the development and delivery of superior environmental performance.
The Nelson Institute invited WEI Executive Director, John Imes, to a discussion with Van Jones about his views on environmental policy and his new book, Rebuild the Dream.