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Sustainability & Climate Change Implementation in BioPharma

March 25, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Sustainability and commitments to Paris COP21 climate change goals are serious business for science companies, city planners and community organizations alike. From assessing energy and lab safety needs to implementing LEED design, and building partnerships to meet UN Sustainable Development Goals, taking action on climate change is today’s priority.

Coming together a week before Earth Day, we bring you an expert panel to discuss how to implement climate change targets and sustainability programs for science startups, large biopharma companies, and universities.

Our panel of experts will address important issues including:

  • Public Private Partnerships and MA city code on climate change
  • Paris COP21 “We’re Still in Campaign”- 2,000 U.S. businesses + cities
  • Investor and employee perspectives on sustainability programs
  • Production and logistics sustainability in global supply chains
  • Setting company targets for management of Climate, Energy, Water, Waste
  • LEED building code and “Net Zero” Labs
  • Pathways to Fossil Fuel “Neutral” and Fossil Fuel Free facilities!

Bring your questions, share your experiences and join the conversation!


  • Tamara Bekefi, Principal & Founder, Daedalus Strategic Advising
  • Celis Brisbin, Deputy Director, MA Chapter, US Green Building Council
  • Jaclyn Olsen, Associate Director of Office for Sustainability, Harvard University
  • David Seitz, Director of EHS&S, Amgen


  • Elias Witman, Sustainability Coordinator, Cell Signaling Technology, Inc.

Hosted by and open to members of: MassBio


March 25, 2018
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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300 Technology Square
Cambridge, MA 02139 United States