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Net Impact 2005 Conference - "Bridging the Gap: Leading Social Innovation Across Sectors"

Author: Net Impact, Published on: 1 November 2005

[includes panels & speeches on: "Environmental Conservation", "Reducing Global Poverty Through Business and Social Entrepreneurship", "Eco-Friendly Buildings Enhance Health and May Save Money", "Clean Products: Environmental Design and Materials Use", "Greening of the Supply Chain: Patagonia and the Organic Exchange", "Assessing the Success of International CSR Standards", "Advancing Sustainability in the Coffee Supply Chain", "Ecotourism May Be Travel Field's Wave of the Future"] [participants addressing human rights issues include representatives of Green Fusion Design Center, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Patagonia, Gap, Timberland, McAfee, Salesforce.com, Starbucks, Pura Vida, Environmental Design Center]

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Related companies: Gap HP (Hewlett-Packard) McAfee (part of Intel) Patagonia Pura Vida Salesforce.com Starbucks Timberland (part of VF Corp)