How should a nonprofit timber and forest company use its land in the 21st century?
Join Yale GreenLight as we welcome Great Mountain Forest Corporation to campus to think about redesigning their mission and activities. Great Mountain was started to restore New England forest land in the 20th century, and now that the mission has largely been achieved, there is an opportunity to use the land in new and creative ways. Bring your boldest, strangest, and most unique ideas, and we’ll bring lunch.
Who will participate?: A multidisciplinary team of students and faculty from around the Yale community.
How can I participate?: Interested participants must:
- Be excited about attending and actively participating for the entire event
- Commit to carefully reviewing a set of preparation materials distributed in advance
- Register by clicking on the button below and filling out the form
- Email any questions about the session to Eitan Hochster (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Robert Kimball (email@example.com)
Space is limited – register today!
What is GreenLight?
GreenLight is a series of innovation workshops hosted by the Yale Center for Business and the Environment. These fast-paced, interactive workshops are designed to help Yale students practice and learn rapid ideation techniques, while helping leading companies and organizations tap into the creative thinking of a multidisciplinary team of students.