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Manhattan Beach Chamber 360: MB’s New Environmental Ordinances

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Our guests this morning are Craig Caldwater from the Surfrider Foundation and Sona Kalapura Coffee, Environmental Programs Manager for the City of MB.

Craig Cadwallader is founder and principal of Primal ImageTM, a marketing strategy development,Web site design and development, and content creation firm focused on the small- to mid-sized business markets.

Craig began his career as an account executive for a Midwest-based advertising agency, and gained extensive retail marketing, advertising, and sales promotion expertise as Divisional Vice President–Sales Promotion, for Robinson’s Department Stores, and Director of Marketing and Advertising, for Bullock’s Department Stores, both formally headquartered in Los Angeles.

He is a graduate of Leadership Manhattan Beach and Leadership Hermosa Beach where he served as class project leader and on the Board of Directors of both.

Sona Kalapura Coffee has led the City of Manhattan Beach’s transformation into one of the most environmental and socially sustainable communities in California. Sona has overseen a community-based and inter-departmental team that has developed and implemented sustainability policies widely held as best practices in the environmental arena. A large part of the success of these programshas been Sona’s interaction and partnership with the community.

She is also very proud to have engaged the local community in several climate awareness events, including the largest 350.org climate action event on the West Coast.

Sona and Craig are here to discuss the new environmental ordinances that have recently been ratified in the City of Manhattan Beach.

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