ASBC Weekly Update–January 10, 2012

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ASBC Business:

Steering Committee Notes—January 5, 2012

Find the last Steering Committee meeting notes here.

Welcome New ASBC Partners and Business Supporters!

New Partners
Sustainability Association of Hawaii
The Sustainability Association of Hawaii joined ASBC in December. Their mission is to connect, inform, support, and advocate for the sustainability sector—including businesses, organizations, and green professionals—to grow a thriving local economy for Hawaii. Read more at http://www.sahawaii.org/.

Buffalo First
Buffalo First, Inc. is ASBC’s first Partner member to join this year, becoming our 46th Partner. Directed by Sara Bishop, Buffalo First is nonprofit organization comprised of local independent businesses, organizations and concerned citizens, with a mission of building a local, green and fair economy in the Buffalo-Niagara, New York state region. Visit Buffalo First here.

New Business Supporter
EILEEN FISHER
EILEEN FISHER is ASBC’s newest Business Supporter!

Established in 1984, this pioneering women’s retail clothing store pursues simplicity in design and a socially conscious business ethos. Visit their website here.

Do You BLOG?
Do you blog regularly? If so, please send us the feed addresses of any blogs that you or any of leaders write and that you want us to follow and/or feature.

Please send to [email protected]

Call with EPA administrator Lisa Jackson
Join us on January 31st at 12:00PM EST for a conference call and discussion with EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson.

The call offers ASBC partners and supporters a chance to hear from Administrator Jackson about the important challenges and initiatives the EPA will be undertaking in 2012. This is a great opportunity to learn how you can help support EPA’s work in issuing smart, economically viable regulations and standards.

PLEASE REGISTER AND FEEL FREE TO COBRAND ALL YOUR MEMBERS TO THIS CALL USING THIS LINK:http://asbcouncil-epa-2012.eventbrite.com/.

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