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Mr Ray Anderson to speak at Cotton Sustainability Summit
15
Oct '08
The Cotton Sustainability Summit will take place at the Sundance Resort in Utah on October 19-21, 2008. This Summit brings together top industry leaders for thought-provoking dialogue focused on sustainability and cotton throughout the value chain.

At the conference we will hear from sustainability pioneer Ray Anderson—who has embarked on an inspiring and impressive mission to show the industrial world what sustainability is in all its dimensions.

We will learn what's happening with innovations in resource management throughout the supply chain, hear up to the minute information on labeling initiatives and look ahead to discuss emerging issues related to environmental initiatives. And we'll share ideas about how to develop sustainable solutions for your business.

Participants' comments on last year's Summit:
"My favorite part was that there were so many world-class speakers. I was privileged to be around so many like minded individuals that further fueled my passion for sustainability."

"One of the best events I've been to in 30 years."

"I really enjoyed hearing what other brands and retailers are doing and what successes they are having."

"The panels and presentations were excellent."

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