San Francisco Bay Area Green Chamber of Commerce To Celebrate 2011 Accomplishments on November 10th
Featuring Speakers from American Sustainable Business Council, Rosen Black and Dean LLP, and Better World Club
(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) SAN FRANCISCO, CA - November 4, 2011 - The San Francisco Bay Area Green Chamber of Commerce (GCC) is hosting its 3rd Annual Celebration, “A Taste of the Bay Area”, on November 10, 2011. The Green Chamber will be celebrating successes over the last year including the passage of three key pieces of sustainable legislation the organization supported in 2011: San Francisco’s Opt-In Yellow Page Ordinance, AB 376; Shark Protection Act, and AB 361; California Benefit Corporation legislation. The Green Chamberwill also be showcasing outstanding member businesses at this eventand highlighting important partnerships including the American Sustainable Business Council based in Washington DC.
The welcome remarks will be followed by three dynamic speakers:
David Bodwin, co-founder of the American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC), a network of business associations (including GCC) representing more than 100,000 businesses nationwide. ASBC promotes sustainability through public policy at the federal and state level and was a key player in helping pass the Benefit Corporation legislation in CA.
Donald Simon, co-founder of the Green Business Practice Group and internal sustainability efforts for Bay Area law firm Wendel Rosen Black and Dean LLP, and lead attorney in advising and advocating for AB 361: the Benefit Corporation bill.
Mitchell Rofsky, President of the Better World Club, America’s only environmentally friendly auto club with 24/7 nationwide roadside assistance for cars and bikes.