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Sustainability Summit brings crowd to Clinton Library

By David Harten

This article was published April 12, 2012 at 1:59 p.m.


Around 150 people showed up for the Sustainability Conference at he Clinton Library's Great Hall on Thursday morning.

Sustainability Summit hits Clinton Library

The city of Little Rock hosted it's third-annual Sustainability Conference on Thursday afternoon at ...

— The Little Rock Sustainability Summit introduced a crowd of about 150 to new methods to help conserve energy within businesses.

The conference, which took place in the Clinton Library's Great Hall on Thursday afternoon, focused on a few examples of such methods, such as L'Oreal's green initiative, something that has saved the company millions.

The keynote speaker, Pam Alabaster, represented the company and gave a presentation on the matter, which she said includes incentives for each division to conserve energy. Mayor Mark Stodola also attended the event.

A panel discussion was also held with heads from companies such as AT&T, Wal-Mart and University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.


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