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Join us for the next GreenLight Ideation Workshop!
ESPN X Games sustainability team is seeking great ideas from the Yale community on how to make their upcoming Summer 2020 X Games more sustainable and environmentally friendly.
Started in 2006 X Games Environmentality (XGE) continues to set the standard for environmental excellence in the production of sporting events. Past initiatives have focused on the following: the use of renewable energy, reducing waste through recycling and composting, the use of sustainable materials wherever possible and an enhanced staff and spectator education program.
About Yale GreenLight
GreenLight hosts a series of ideation workshops with leaders of organizations at the intersection of business and the environment. Ideation workshops are highly interactive, fast-paced sessions designed to generate new and innovative solutions to complex challenges. They are used by some of the world’s most celebrated design and innovation consultancies and are a popular component of the Yale School of Management core curriculum.
Why you should attend
- Opportunity to network with people working on mind-bending challenges at the intersection of business and the environment
- Learn about and apply design & innovation best practices
- Apply your creativity and knowledge and contribute to solving a real-world problem
- FREE LUNCH!
Estimated in-person attendance is 30 people
Register using the orange button at top right!
Opportunity: Lead the Greenlight Leadership Team
As we get closer to graduation, we're looking to hand over the reins of Greenlight Workshops to Yale Students who are just as excited about the Environment, Business, Design, and Facilitation as we are - if not more! This is a paid position with the Yale Center For Business and the Environment and activities include client sourcing, developing and improving programming, coordinating logistics, and of course, facilitating workshops.
We've enjoyed every bit of it! If YOU are interested or know of someone who'll be great for this role, apply HERE!