Center Focus Live Event with

Green Business Roundtable

 

 

Presenting

StyrofoamMom: The Movie,

with filmmaker Miriam Gennari

(see trailer)

 

 

Date: Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Location: Center of Concern, 1627 K Street NW, 11th Floor, Washington, DC 20006 (nearest Metro stations: Farragut West and Farragut North)

Lunch included.

 

 

To register for this event, click here.

Produced and directed by, and starring, Miriam Gennari (a.k.a. "StyrofoamMom"), this movie underscores the significant environmental challenges presented by single-use expanded polystyrene (EPS) products.

 

Ms. Gennari is a powerful force challenging the polarizing beliefs that waste is inevitable or that one can simply ban EPS without a plan. For the last ten years, she has followed EPS through the waste stream. In this film, she shares what she believes is the ultimate solution to the risks posed by Styrofoam®.

 

Ms. Gennari will join us in person to discuss the movie as well as the issues, challenges and responses to this important environmental issue.

 

Center of Concern researches, educates and advocates from Catholic social traditions to create a world where economic, political and cultural systems promote sustainable flourishing of the global community.

 

Green Business Roundtable sits at the intersection of business and our environment. It brings people together who are seeking to transform our current systems in ways that are more sustainable--using business as a primary tool.

 

For more information about Ms. Gennari and EPS, visit styrofoammom.com

 

 

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