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Sustainability Cabot CreameryAt Cabot Creamery,we understand Sustainability to beliving within our means and ensuring the means to live.Our fundamental approach to stewardship and social impact is based on the triple bottom line of social, environmental and economic impacts. Our approach is called context-based sustainability. The scope of our sustainability efforts runs from farm-to-fork, but we realize our greatest influence is from the cow to the creamery and from the creamery to our customers. Our cooperatives typical member/owneris a multi-generational dairy farm family, a trend we endeavor to extend for a long time to come.
Cabot Creameryis the first dairy cooperative to achieve B Corporation Certfication,a validation of our attention to environmental and social impacts on stakeholders.We join a growing legion of successful cooperatives, fellow Northeast organizations and forward-thinking national brands that have been certified by the non-profit, B Lab.Certified B Corporations are businesses around the globe that meet rigorous and independent standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency.http://www.bcorporation.net/cabotAbout Cabot CreameryCabot Creamery Cooperative is owned by dairy farm families throughout New England and upstate New York. Best known for making the Worlds Best Cheddar, we value our cooperative roots, which date back to 1919. Cabot is proud that all profits from sales of Cabots award-winning line of dairy products go to support our dairy farmers.For more information about Cabots Sustainability Program, please contactJed Davis, Director of Sustainability at email@example.com.
Slow Living Summit: 5/30-6/1/12
Speakers, Workshops, Discussions, and Open-Space Sessions in a vibrant, small-town environment
Sustainabilty means slowing down.
Join us for unique, wide-ranging discussions about:
SLOW ECONOMICS - commerce, investing, management, markets, ownership
SLOW POLICIES - Fixing government, fixing corporations, fixing nonprofits
SLOW COMMUNITIES - Food/land, habitat, health/lifestyle, faith/spirit, arts/culture, education/learning, systems/tech/energy, news/social media
Speakers and Presenters Incude:
• Gov. Peter Shumlin of Vermont
• David Orr, Prof. of Environmental Studies, Oberlin College
• Woody Tasch, founder and chair, Slow Money
• Charles Eisenstein, author, Sacred Economics
• Chris Martenson, author, The Crash Course
• John Restakis, author, Humanizing the Economy
• James Howard Kunstler, author, The Long Emergency
Website : http://www.slowlivingsummit.org