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​Friday, May 4, 2001

Concerned about the environment, but don't know what to do? Then plan to attend the 3rd annual Sustainable Dallas conference at the Bill Priest Institute at 1402 Corinth Street in Dallas on Friday and Saturday, May 18 and 19. Local and national business executives will share their positive, profitable solutions to environmental challenges. Learn about "the triple bottom line," a new model in which natural capital (natural resources) and human capital (employees and community members) are equally as important as financial capital and profits.

This new paradigm is being adopted by progressive CEOs around the country who have realized that the business community must lead by example. Hear from companies who have begun the journey toward sustainable business practices. Learn what you can do in your own circle of influence.

The conference is open to the public. DCCCD students and employees are eligible for a registration discount. Registration fees go up May 1, so register early if you are planning to attend. To learn more about the conference or to download a registration form, visit the website at