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Cradle to Cradle Certified Products Program: A Holistic Continuous Improvement Framework

February 13, 2014 – 9:00 AM PST – part of the Safer Chemistry Challenge Program 2014 Spring Webinar Series

Presenter: Susan Klosterhaus, Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute, Senior Scientist



EPA’s Safer Chemical Ingredient List

March 18, 2014 – part of the Safer Chemistry Challenge Program 2014 Spring Webinar Series

Presenter: Clive Davies, Environmental Protection Agency, Chief, Design for the Environment Branch Registration:

“Marketing Your Green Business Program, How to simultaneously attract new businesses while providing benefits to your existing participants”

March 12, 2014 – part of the GBENN “How-to” Green Business Webinar Series

How do you effectively market your green business program? It’s not just advertising and social media. This webinar will explore some business models and case studies of communities that have successfully launched and grown their green business programs. This is a must watch for those who are currently considering a program or have recently launched a program.



Donna Walden (WSPPN) introduces speakers – Download Presentation

Mihir Parikh (A Better City, Boston) and Caroline Teng (ICLEI) introduce the Green Business Engagement National Network (GBENN) – Download Presentation

Presenter #1 Anna Frankel (San Francisco Department of Environment) speaks on the San Francisco Green Business Program – Value Marketing – Download Presentation

Presenter #2: Kevin Dick (Delta Institute Chicago) speaks on “Appealing to the Individual – Marketing Using Gamification – Download Presentation

Presenter #3: Michelle Castagnola (City of Chula Vista, CA) speaks on “How to Simultaneously Attract New Businesses While Providing Benefits to Your Existing Participants”. – Download Presentation


California Priority Products List

April 17, 2014 – 11:00 AM PDT – part of the Safer Chemistry Challenge Program 2014 Spring Webinar Series

Presenter: Karl Palmer, California Department of Toxic Substances Control, Chief, Safer Consumer Products Branch

Description:California Priority Products List

Under the California Safer Consumer Products Regulations (SCPR), California is carrying out a process of identifying chemicals of concern in products, requiring the evaluation of safer alternatives, and implementing regulations that promote reducing exposures to hazardous chemical-product combinations. The SCPR established a two-phase alternatives analysis process that requires manufacturers guides companies through steps to evaluate alternatives. The overall goal is safer alternatives and no regrettable substitutions. The CA Dept of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) recently released its first three priority products under the SCPR:

  • Children’s foam padded sleeping products containing the flame retardant TDCPP (chlorinated tris)
  • Spray polyurethane foam systems containing unreacted diisocyanates (used in home insulation), and
  • Paint and varnish strippers containing methylene chloride

Starting with these three initial “priority products”, California’s Department of Toxic Substances Control has initiated a process that launches a new framework for chemicals management and toxics exposure reduction in our homes, workplaces and environment.

“We are very pleased to have reached an important milestone in implementing California’s Safer Consumer Product regulations. We believe our regulations and the process we’re starting will help stimulate development of safer products, meet consumer demand, and promote the protection of people and our environment.”


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Donna Walden (WSPPN) Introduction – Download Presentation

Karl Palmer, California Department of Toxic Substances Control – Download Presentation



GreenWERCS as a Hazard Analysis Tool with Case Study

May 15, 2014 – 11 AM PDT – part of the Safer Chemistry Challenge Program 2014 Spring Webinar Series

Presenter: Sean Burek, The WERCS, Business Development Specialist


Tools for Successfully Deploying and Measuring Behavior Change for the Littering Public

May 13, 2014 – part of the P2Rx Behavior Change Webinar Series

(Masters candidates pictured from left: Bill Vosti, Michael Mori, Jessica Midbust, Paula Richter, and faculty adviser Dr. Derek Booth)

(Masters candidates pictured from left: Bill Vosti, Michael Mori, Jessica Midbust, Paula Richter, and faculty adviser Dr. Derek Booth)

Donna Walden begins by presenting a step-by-step model on community based social marketing (CBSM) to help P2 programs properly selecting behaviors, establish a baseline, and develop strategies that can successfully measure behavior change. Then UC Santa Barbara Masters candidates present a Master’s group thesis undertaken for the Algalita Marine Research Institute on reducing plastic debris in the Los Angeles and San Gabriel River Watersheds using some CBSM techniques.

Participants will learn some valuable behavior change techniques and hear recommendations made from the graduate students on how to change the behavior of the littering public.



Donna Walden (WSPPN) Five-step model for behavior change – Download Presentation

UC Santa Barbara masters group project: Jessica Midbust, Michael Mori, Paula Richter, and Bill Vosti presentation – Download Presentation



Designing Employee Engagement Programs that Impact a Company’s Triple Bottom Line

June 4, 2014 – part of the P2Rx Behavior Change Webinar Series

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BAE Systems is a $14.4 billion multinational corporation that reduced its total utility costs by 48% over a three year period with a utility cost takeout (UCT) energy efficiency program. This would not have been possible without first enrolling BAE’s 43,000 employees across the globe in its sustainability plan.

Morgan Rooney, Sustainability Communications Specialist for BAE Systems was responsible for initiating and running the employee engagement program to support BAE Sustainability goals. Morgan will share her strategies and successes for getting employees to buy into a corporate sustainability mandate for the long haul and how this affected and continues to affect BAE’s triple bottom line.

Webinar attendees will learn education tactics, how to set up a task force or green team, employee challenges, and awards and recognition programs that work towards initiating and sustaining behavior change for large communities.



Donna Walden (WSPPN) overview – Download Presentation

Morgan Rooney – Download Presentation

Advancing Non-Halogenated Flame Retardant Solutions in North America

June 10, 2014 – 8 AM PDT – part of the Safer Chemistry Challenge Program 2014 Spring Webinar Series

Presenter: Dr. Adrian Beard, PINFA Board Member and Head of Marketing and Advocacy for Flame Retardants at Clariant Corporation



Funding Your Green Business Program, Diverse Funding Sources Add Up

June 11, 2014 – part of the How-to Green Business Webinar Series

This is part of a how-to webinar series on green business sponsored by the Western Sustainability & Pollution Prevention Network (WSPPN) and the Green Business Engagement National Network (GBENN) focused on finding essential funding for your program.

Speakers include representatives from the California Green Business Network, the Illinois Green Business Association, A Better City, and ICLEI.




Overview (WSPPN) – Download Presentation

Mihir Parikh (A Better City, Boston) – Download Presentation

Eli Yewdall (ICLEI) – Download Presentation

Yalmaz Siddiqui (Office Depot) – Download Presentation

Mariella Puerto – (The Barr Foundation) – Download Presentation

Cassandra Carroll (Illinois Green Business Association) – Download Presentation



Alternative Products: Release Agents for Parts Manufacturing, Concrete Stamping and Asphalt Manufacture and Application

ATT00002September 9, 2014 – 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT

(Hosted by WSPPN & NPPR as part of the Safer Chemistry Challenge Program Fall Webinar Series)

In some manufacturing operations, various substrates are used to manufacture parts which are molded into a particular form. Mold release agents are used to prevent the fiberglass or plastic from sticking to the mold. Concrete and concrete overlay stamping involve stamping a pattern into concrete to give it the appearance of stone. Release agents are used between the curing concrete and the mats with the pattern to be stamped to prevent the concrete from sticking to the mat. A release agent is also used in asphalt manufacturing plants and when asphalt is being applied to roads to prevent the asphalt from building up and sticking to equipment and tools.

EPA Region IX and the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) sponsored a project conducted by the Institute for Research and Technical Assistance (IRTA), a nonprofit organization, to identify, develop, test and demonstrate low-VOC, low toxicity alternatives to the high VOC content materials used as release agents in these applications.

IRTA tested and demonstrated alternatives including water-based release agents, petroleum based lubricants, lubricants based on soy, and vegetable oil containing soy and canola oil recycled from restaurants. IRTA analyzed and compared the cost of using the alternatives. The project has been completed and the SCAQMD plans to develop regulations requiring the use of low-VOC alternatives over the next year or so.

Dr. Katy Wolf will present the findings of IRTA’s alternatives product research project and provide a comparison of alternative release agents.

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“So you want to start a Green Business Program?”

September 10, 2014 – 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PDT - part of the How-to Green Business Webinar Series

New Green Business Programs are being started across the nation but where does one start? What are the benefits and how much do they cost? Hear from successful programs and decide upon an approach that makes sense for you?

California passed AB 913 which took effect in January 2012 to facilitate growth and development of the local government Green Business programs across the state. Today, with 21 programs across the state and more than 2800 SMBs certified, they have collectively reduced 171,677 tons of greenhouse gas emissions. Learn from Jo Fleming from the California Green Business Program, how to start a Green Business Program, how they work, and positive effects on a community.

Gail Suzuki Jones from the State Energy Office in Hawaii will explain how Hawaii started their green business program, initiated new projects and attracted participation from champions, mentors and student interns. This session will provide agencies, non-profits, as well as interested businesses, and individuals with their approach to partnering, providing training and outreach to encourage businesses on the Hawaiian Islands to go green.

There will be an open discussion after the presenters to ask questions and share ideas.

This Webinar is sponsored by WSPPN and the Green Business Engagement Network (GBENN).


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