Print is the info on activities for this week.  Swing by the ASES table
tomorrow night before or after the keynote (which are going to be very
interesting) and say hi..or come early or stay late if you want to stand
around and talk about solar energy and sustainability.  For anyone able to
get away during the day.the small group discussion will be a great
opportunity if you have questions for Bob Willard or Hunter Lovins about
sustainability and business. Hope to see you!  





The Business Case for Sustainability and the UF Sustainability Showcase

Monday, September 10

Doors open at 6pm - keynotes at 7:00 pm

Reitz Union Grand Ballroom (free admission)


On the Speakers:

--L. Hunter Lovins JD, co-author of Natural Capitalism and President of
Natural Capitalism Solutions has extensive hands-on experience with economic
development, forestry, sustainable agriculture, renewable energy and
construction of sustainable buildings. 


--Bob Willard, author of The Sustainability Advantage: Seven Business Case
Benefits of a Triple Bottom Line (2002) and The Next Sustainability Wave:
Building Boardroom Buy-in (2005) is a leading expert on the business value
of corporate sustainability strategies.


Small group discussions with Bob Willard and/or Hunter Lovins 

Teusday, September 11
10:45-11:45am- ASES/ESPS/Environmental Law Society Session (Stuzin 200)


Student Activity Fair

Wednesday and Thursday, September 12th and 13th (ASES is just tabling on


Campus groups tabling to spread their message and recruit new members


ASES First General Meeting and Social

Thursday, September 13th at 6:30pm

Location TBA

We will be creating a vision for ASES this semester, making some exciting
announcements, taking nominations for executive positions, discussing
current projects, and just hanging out to get to know one another.  Bring a