Hunter’s Keynote “Future of Electric Utilities”
Ililani Media, Henry Curtis Interview of Hunter Lovins
Part 1 / Part 2
Maui County Conference Explores the Future of Energy
“The eyes of the nation ore on Hawai’i as a living laboratory”
April 8, 2014
Chris Mentzel – Contributing Writer
Press before the event in the Vail Daily
AVON — The 12th annual High Country Speaker Series, a partnership between the Eagle Valley Library District and Walking Mountains Science Center, begins Tuesday evening with a renowned global voice in sustainable environmental practices, Hunter Lovins. This winter’s theme is “Sustainability: Adapting today to preserve tomorrow.” A worldwide recognized leader in helping companies and communities profit from more sustainable practices, Lovins is the ideal person to kick off the series. She will speak Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at Walking Mountains Science Center in Avon.
30 October 2013 | Colorado Springs, CO | The Conference on Social, Responsible, Impact Investing (SRI)
Hunter Lovins Keynote: “The Business Case for Sustainability”
Hunter Lovins, Toby Russell, and Nick Sterling Workshop on Employee Engagement: “Making it Stick, Making it Personal”
Photo from the per-conference planning dinner for the Higher Education Panel:
Photos from Hunter Lovins’ Keynote:
Unreasonable Institute’s Climax Event
“Unreasonable Day for Play” at Shine
Hunter’s talk: “Entrepreneuring a New Global Economy”
Watch the video introducing the Unreasonable Institute’s Entrepreneurs the Unreasonable Climax July 2013. Check out the flying penguins the very end! Hunter is honored to serve as a mentor to the Unreasonable Institute.
And here’s live footage from the climax:
Hunter Lovins’ keynote for the WorldSkills 2013 Conference
sponsored by Bundesinstitut für Berufsbildung (BIBB)
Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB)
Hunter Lovins, Jeff Mendelsohn, Thomas Day, Liz Maw, Gwen Migita, and Megan Rast presented on “Beyond Employee Engagement”
(download slides) “The Business Case for Employee Engagement” by Hunter Lovins
(link to audio podcast of second day on SB site)
(link to slides as posted on SB site)
How can companies implement true employee-level sustainability integration and unleash the powerful benefits to society, the environment, and business performance? How can the HR channel be utilized to develop objective and subjective sustainability goals by department, in the context of a well-articulated brand sustainability platform? What does it take to effectively drill down objective and subjective performance criteria and goals to the level of every employee?
Chicago Family Business Council and DePaul University’s “The Sweet Spark of Success”
“Lead Follow or Get Out of the Way” by L. Hunter Lovins
Chicago Family Business Council celebrated Abt Electronics and their impressive 77 years of successful business. Michael Abt was in attendance to accept the Chicago Family Business Council’s Leadership Award, on behalf of Abt Electronics and tell their story, and what has helped them become such a remarkable family business. While on the track of success, earlier in the day we learned about the important role sustainability plays in having a successful business. Hunter Lovins joined the CFBC and spoke on her book, The Way Out: Kick-starting Capitalism to Save Our Economic Ass. This event was complimentary to CFBC members and the DePaul Community.
California Student Sustainability Coalition (CSSC) Convergence at UC Berkeley
“Lead. Follow, Or Get Out of the Way” by L. Hunter Lovins
Earth Day at Elon University
“The Way Out: Kickstarting Capitalism to Save our Economic Ass” by Hunter Lovins
“Engineering for Sustainability” by L. Hunter Lovins
This is Hunter’s guest lecture for Dr. Dave Dornfield’s Lab for Manufacturing & Sustainability.
“Natural Capitalism – Climate Capitalism” by L. Hunter Lovins
This is Hunter’s guest lecture for Dr. Alice Agogino’s Product design classes during her Regent’s Lectureship.
University of California at Berkeley – i4energy lunch series
“Sustainable Economic Development” by L. Hunter Lovins
Hunter was a Regents Lecturer 4-15 March 2013 and this was her second public talk.
University of California at Berkeley Regents Lecture
“Happiness, Economics, and Sustainability” by L. Hunter Lovins
4th Annual Intermountain Sustainability Summit
Weber State University in Ogden, UT
“The Business Case for Sustainability” by L. Hunter Lovins
“What’s Your Story?” by L. Hunter Lovins
Hunter Lovins talks about the power of story to bring about a sense of purpose in the business world.
Challenge 2030 AIA
“It’s Global Warming, Stupid” by L. Hunter Lovins
ABC Foundation’s Continuity Forum
“Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way” by L. Hunter Lovins
Bard College MBA in Sustainable Business Management — admissions event
“It’s Global Warming, Stupid” by L. Hunter L ovins
California College of the Arts
Hunter Lovins Public Talk
5th Annual Colorado Sustainability Conference
The Future of North Carolina’s Water Conference
“Water and Life” by L. Hunter Lovins
Housing Washington Conference
“Sustainability in Community” by L. Hunter Lovins
AASHE 2012 Conference
(Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education)
“The Future of Higher Education” Keynote by L. Hunter Lovins
“Communicating Sustainability” Workshop by L. Hunter Lovins & Toby Russell
Algae Biomass Summit
“Inventing the Future” by L. Hunter Lovins
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San Rafael Patch "Huffman Hopes to See Electric Vehicles In The Winner's Circle" (by Derek Wilson) 28 August 2011
- Triple Pundit "Hunter Lovins on Green Vehicles: Sustainability is High Performance" (by Steve Puma) 2 September 2011
- GreenBiz "Hunter Lovins Revs Up Sustainability Summit at Infineon Raceway" (by Leslie Guevarra) 25 August 2011
North Carolina State University Center for Innovation Management Studies (NCSU-CIMS) Spring 2010 Meeting
(download slides) ”The Business Cae for Sustainability” by L. Hunter Lovins (Keynote speech)
A student interview with Hunter Lovins North Carolina State’s College of Innovation Management Studies (CIMS). Recorded at The Angus Barn in Raleigh, NC this 2010 Spring Conference highlights the many challenges and opportunities for sustainable, profitable, business solutions to an increasingly larger economic and environmental dilemma.