Green Burial: Burial as a Conservation Strategy
Posted by on November 17, 2008
Environmental Leadership Program’s
A Conversation with Joe Sehee,
Executive Director of Green Burial Council
“Green Burial: Burial as a Conservation Strategy”
This webinar will explore the growing green burial movement and examine ways that end-of-life rituals can reduce the use of toxins, waste and carbon issues and sometimes facilitate the restoration and stewardship of natural areas.
Title: Green Burial: Burial as a Conservation Strategy
Date: Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
About the Speaker
Joe Sehee is the founder/executive director of the Green Burial Council. It is a nonprofit organization that encourages environmentally sustainable deathcare. He is also a principal of Conservation Burial Partners, LLC; a consultancy group that partners land trusts, park service agencies, and conservation developers with cemetery operators, funeral providers, and cremation companies.
Joe Sehee is a Senior Fellow from the Environmental Leadership Program’s National Class of 2006-2007.
About the Environmental Leadership Program
The mission of the Environmental Leadership Program (ELP) is to inspire visionary, action-oriented, and diverse leadership for a just and sustainable future. ELP is shaping an environmental movement characterized by diversity, innovation, dialogue, and collaboration. If you would like to find out more about our programming, please click here to visit our website.
To register for this upcoming Webinar, Click Here. https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/607408527
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