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Women In The Green Economy: Crystal Johnson & Sustainability

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As we wrap up Women's History Month, we turn to the future, and look at the role of women in the Green Movement.  One of the leading experts in the field is Boston based Crystal Johnson, founder and principal of ISES, Integrative Sustainability & Environmental Solutions.  We'll ask Crystal to give definition to all things "green" and help us to understand the economy and political implications of environmental sustainability in a throw away world.  

Just what happens to all of those computers, once they're no longer in use? What landfill...or developing country are they shipped off to?   And what about all the plastic bags that don't make it to the recycle bin?  What role to communities of color play in the Green Movement?

And most importantly, what can ONE person to to push the Green Movement forward?

We'll also talk to Crystal about her upcoming 3rd Annual Sustainable Economy Conference (SEC) set for April 30th.

Find out more about Crystal Johnson and her work at www.isesplanning.com.