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Peter Anderson, EBC Board of Directors Member, has joined Geosyntec

Posted June 25, 2013 by

Peter Anderson, a member of the Board of Directors of the EBC, has joined Geosynteas a Principal in their Acton, Massachusetts office. Peter brings over 35 years of leadership in Air Quality Management to the firm and has served as an air quality and climate change practice leader primarily in the Power, Oil & Gas, and Chemical Sectors.  Peter’s areas of expertise include complex air permitting projects; EHS management solutions such as EMS, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001; and multi-media compliance auditing programs.  He also has wide ranging experience in regulatory agency negotiations and litigation support and expert witness testimony.

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The Center for Women & Enterprise / New England Women in Energy and the Environment Breakfast

Posted June 25, 2013 by

Did you know that there is huge demand for women-owned businesses in the energy/environment industry by Fortune 100 corporations?

The Center for Women & Enterprise (CWE), in partnership with NEWIEE, invites you to attend this complimentary two-part breakfast event. Join us and learn how CWE can help you:

  • Grow professionally and/or start or grow your own business
  • Certify your existing business in order to gain access to corporations currently sourcing women-owned businesses in your industry

For the established business owner:
The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) certification offered through the CWE is the nation’s leading independent certification of businesses that are 51% owned, controlled, and managed by women. WBENC is the most widely recognized and accepted certification by corporations with Supplier Diversity programs.

For energy/environmental professionals and budding entrepreneurs:
Attend this session and learn about how CWE can support you in your individual professional development and/or help you start or grow your own business.

Where: Center for Women & Enterprise, 24 School Street, 7th Fl, Boston, MA

When: Tuesday July 23rd, 8:30 – 11:00 AM

Cost: Free

Pre-registration is required for this complimentary event: click here for more information.


About CWE
The Center for Women & Enterprise is a nationally known nonprofit organization dedicated to helping people start and grow their businesses. CWE has worked with more than 28,000 Massachusetts and Rhode Island entrepreneurs since 1995. CWE’s mission is to empower women to become economically self-sufficient and to prosper through business and entrepreneurship. CWE has two sides to the organization, one side is geared towards helping women start their businesses, the other side helps women business owners grow their businesses through WBENC certification.

About NEWIEE
Founded in Boston in 2008 by a group of eminently accomplished women in the sector, NEWIEE harnesses the passion, intelligence and leadership experience of New England women to promote and encourage public interest in the energy and the environment sectors. Comprised of members across the public and private sectors, as well as various age groups, NEWIEE is also a stimulating forum for networking, sharing of expertise and information and mentoring.

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Mayor Thomas M. Menino Receives New England Environmental – Energy Award for Government Service from the EBC

Posted June 17, 2013 by

Mayor Thomas M. Menino was recognized by the Environmental Business Council of New England (EBC) with the Paul G. Keough Environmental – Energy Award for Government Service. The Mayor is receiving this award in recognition of the development and implementation of outstanding environmental and energy programs that make Boston one of the greenest cities in America.

“We have achieved what we have achieved in Boston only because we have all worked together,” Mayor Menino said. “Too often the sustainability agenda is viewed as being in conflict with the business agenda. In Boston we have shown that sustainability is not a commitment to duck, but a competitive advantage to demand.”

“To be recognized by the business community for environmental work speaks highly of Mayor Menino’s leadership,” said Brian Swett, Chief of Environment and Energy. “This award recognizes the Mayor’s success in partnering with the business community to address climate change while leveraging sustainability to drive economic development and job creation”

These awards were established by the EBC to encourage companies, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and environmental professionals to serve as models for others to emulate and, in doing so, further the mission and objectives of the EBC.


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