One-week course will be held in South Lake Tahoe in September

The application deadline for a new Stanford Graduate School of Business executive education course on environmental sustainability is June 25. The one-week course, Business Strategies for Environmental Sustainability, will be offered during September 16-22, 2007. The program, to be held at the Stanford Sierra Conference Center in South Lake Tahoe, California, aims to provide a detailed multidisciplinary look at today?s environmental issues for business executives, public officials and leaders of non-profit and advocacy organizations.

For more information, please visit the Stanford Graduate School of Business website.

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