Selling Green without Greenwash

Marketing green products while staying out of legal jeopardy

Greenwashing, a blend of “green” and “whitewash”, is a term describing the misleading use of green marketing in order to promote that a company is environmentally friendly. This 90-minute webinar will teach you how to leverage your green efforts and position yourself in the marketplace to gain a competitive advantage.

Archived Webinar Presented on:
August 11, 2011
10 – 11:30 a.m. CT

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About the Presenter

ScotCaseScot Case, Director, Markets Development, UL Environment, Inc.

Scot Case is an internationally recognized expert with more than 17 years of professional experience in sustainable business strategy development, responsible purchasing, green supply chains, and environmental marketing. As Director of Markets Development for UL Environment, Scot helps connect retailers and consumers seeking environmentally and socially responsible products with the manufacturers supplying them.

Scot was recently part of an Emmy-award winning green purchasing video. He has testified before the U.S. Congress on green marketing issues. He has consulted with a variety of organizations around the world including the White House Office of the Federal Environmental Executive; Wal-Mart and its suppliers; the World Bank; the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; the Japanese Green Purchasing Network; government agencies in the Philippines, New Zealand, and Australia; the National Institute of Governmental Purchasers; National Association of State Purchasing Officials; and dozens of U.S. Federal agencies and state and local governments.

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