BrownFlynn to be featured speaker at utility environmental benchmarking forum
BrownFlynn will be participating in an Environmental Benchmarking Forum in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The forum, May 12-13, 2010, is sponsored by Utility Environmental Footprint and will feature speakers from Tennessee Valley Authority, Symbiotic Engineering, Shaw Industries and Navigant Consulting. BrownFlynn Principal and Co-owner Barb Brown is scheduled to be a keynote speaker at the forum and Beth Meany, Director of Learning, with represent the Firm's sustainability training division - BrownFlynn Learning - at the two-day conference. The forum will focus on utility companies' environmental and sustainability footprint with topics including environmental footprint assessment and explanation, best-in-class performance and sustainability planning. A pre-conference optional tour of the Kingston fossil cleanup will be available to participants on May 11. In the utility arena, BrownFlynn is a sustainability reporting and stakeholder engagement specialist. For more information please contact Lee Matthews at (423) 751-8460 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.utilityenvironmentalfootprint.com. About BrownFlynn and BrownFlynn Learning BrownFlynn is a corporate responsibility and sustainability consulting firm. We partner with clients to integrate environmentally and socially responsible practices into their business strategies and help them communicate those messages internally and externally, creating a cultural shift that results in bottom-line impact. Visit www.brownflynn.com for service offerings, case studies and our sustainability resource center. In 2008, BrownFlynn was named the first U.S. certified trainer for the Global Reporting Initiative, the international 'gold standard' for sustainability management and reporting. This resulted in the launch of BrownFlynn Learning -- the Firm's corporate sustainability education and training division. BrownFlynn Learning teaches companies how to triple their bottom line - environmentally, socially and economically - through workshops, webinars, on-site training, conferences and other venues. Visit www.brownflynnlearning.com for more information.