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LEIF 2009

LEIF logo  2009
The Silverado Resort
1600 Atlas Peak Road
Napa, 94558

The Inaugural LEIF 2009 event is an exclusive, intimate event that will convene professionals and thought-leaders from a multitude of backgrounds, industries, interests, and countries to work together to define and launch the universal standard for sustainable, integrative and evolutionary development. Register before September 30th to avoid paying the higher registration fee—only two days remaining before the registration deadline.

By assembling select members from the international sustainable business community, LEIF’s mission is to create the LEIF Alliance of partner agencies, companies and organizations that will be at the forefront of the sustainable and integrative development movement, and to generate appropriate language that will allow the LEIF Alliance to promote awareness about the importance of a sustainable future that includes integrative and whole systems thinking.

LEIF 2009 is a unique opportunity to meet, network, and collaborate with industry thought-leaders.

LEIF 2009 will include the following thought leaders in the Sustainability community: Paul Hawken (famed environmentalist and author), Mike Italiano (Founder of the USGBC), Michela O'Connor Abrams (President, Dwell Media), Tim Cole (Chair Elect of the USGBC), Erica Harms (Executive Director, United Nations Foundation), Bill Gregory (Director of Sustainable Strategies, Milliken & Company), Bill Reed (President, Integrative Design Collaborative), Ted Ning (Executive Director, LOHAS), Craig Zurawski (Executive Director, Alliance for Sustainable Built Environments), Jonathan Kevles (Senior Representative, Clean Energy Solutions Campaign, Sierra Club), Mark Harmon (Founder & CEO, Auberge Resorts), and Tom LaTour (Former Chairman and CEO, Kimpton Hotels), to name a few. Dwell and HD Magazine are amongst the media sponsors at LEIF 2009. The event will be moderated by Marc Gunther, Contributing Editor, Fortune Magazine.

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