Welcome to the Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York - FROM VERTICAL FARM TO URBAN TABLE: New York's Sustainable Food Journey

FROM VERTICAL FARM TO URBAN TABLE: New York's Sustainable Food Journey

Learn about the unique direction sustainable agriculture is taking in NYC and around the world. Hear stories from government and industry representatives who are changing the global food landscape.


 Anjali Oberoi, Director, Investment Banking & Advisory at NewSeed Advisors


• David Barber, President & Co-Owner, Blue Hill at Stone Barns

• Dickson Despommier, Founder, Vertical Farm Project & Columbia University Professor

• Shira Gans, Policy Analyst, Office of Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer


Date: Thursday, November 18, 2010


Doors open at 5:30

6:00-7:30 Program

7:30-9:00 Reception and Networking


Citi, ICG Conference Center

388 Greenwich Street (@ N. Moore - Hubert)

1 Train to Franklin • 2 or 3 to Chambers • A, C, or E to Canal


$25 CBSAC/NY members; $40 non-members; $25 current students 

includes networking reception with drinks and hors d’oeuvres

Please pre-register before 11am on November 18th,  as at the door, tickets are $60. 


Click here to join CBSAC/NY 

Second Event of a Five-Part Series on Sustainable Business

Attend four out of five Making Green From Green events Fall 2010 through Spring 2011 and earn a Certificate. Future topics include Transportation, Water, Smart Grid, and a workshop event on what you need to know to succeed in this rapidly emerging market.


Presented by the Sustainable Business Committee of Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York. Contact sustainablebusiness@cbsacny.org.



Special thanks to: Weidlinger Associates for supporting the Sustainable Business Committee by hosting our meetings   Special thanks to Citi, our Making Green from Green Year II Sponsor, for hosting the series 

Our thanks to Tara O'Connor for organizing this event.  

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