1. Plasticity Forum NYC, June 24th

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    Join us at the 3rd annual Plasticity Forum, this year in NYC on June 24th, for a big discussion on the future of plastic, and where the leaders are going with design, innovation, materials, recycling and solutions, so that there is a world without a waste footprint in the end. Plasticity is a one-day business/innovation/solutions conference, and was launched in Rio at the Earth Summit in 2012, and held in Hong Kong at the Asia Society in 2013. This is an amazing event for those involved with brands, marketing, materials, design, entrepreneurs, policy and creating solutions that scale. More information and registration can be found at www.plasticityforum.com

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    • Ron Gonen: How cities are truly accelerators for change.

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      Ron Gonen from the NYC Department of Sanitation describes why cities hold the key for environmental innovation. This clip is from The Cleanweb, an event part of the series Clean Energy Connections (cleanecnyc.org/). This event aired on May 22, 2013.

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      • Riggs Kubiak, Ron Gonen, and Blake Burris: Cleanweb companies take longer to build, but it is worth it.

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        The panel discusses how the nature, structure, and customer of a cleanweb company can lead to slower growth period than a traditional tech company, and how that is OK. This clip is from The Cleanweb, an event part of the series Clean Energy Connections (cleanecnyc.org/). This event aired on May 22, 2013.

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        • Ron Gonen: Cleanweb can illustrate the environment's importance

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          Ron Gonen from the Department of Sanitation discusses how technology can help the public understand and practice environmentally-friendly behavior. This clip is from The Cleanweb, an event part of the series Clean Energy Connections (cleanecnyc.org/). This event aired on May 22, 2013.

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          • Ron Gonen: How the NYC Recycling program is utilizing cleantech.

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            Ron Gonen discusses how technology is helping the NYC Department of Sanitation get the word out about recycling and composting. This clip is from The Cleanweb, an event part of the series Clean Energy Connections (cleanecnyc.org/). This event aired on May 22, 2013.

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            • 13/03 Ron Gonen

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              Hear Ron Gonen, Deputy Commissioner of Sanitation for New York City and Co-founder of Recyclebank speak on the economics behind running the recycling program in NYC. About Ron Gonen: Ron is the first Deputy Commissioner of Sanitation for New York City where he is responsible for New York City's recycling program, including residential, school and institutional curbside collection, organics, ewaste, textiles, hazardous waste etc. His team is responsible for implementing Mayor Bloomberg's solid waste management plan goals for recycling and waste diversion. Ron is also an Adjunct Professor at Columbia Business School where he teaches a course on entrepreneurship. Prior to joining the Bloomberg administration, Ron was the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Healthy Planet Partners which deploys renewable energy solutions to sports stadiums and athletic facilities and the Co-founder and CEO of RecycleBank (https://www.recyclebank.com/), "a company that awards points to consumers for recycling that they can redeem at local and national restaurants, stores and other retailers" (NYT). During his tenure as CEO, RecycleBank grew from an idea to a company that serviced over 100 cities and over 1m households. RecycleBank was recognized by a number of leading business and environmental organizations including the World Economic Forum as a 2009 Technology Pioneer and the Wall Street Journal as the #1 Venture Backed Clean Tech Company in 2010. The event was generously hosted by Galapagos Art Space (http://galapagosartspace.com) in DUMBO, Brooklyn. ........ CreativeMornings is a monthly breakfast lecture series for creative types. Each event is free of charge, and includes a 20 minute talk, plus coffee! You can join us in numerous cities around the world. (http://creativemornings.com) ........ A big thank you to Ben Hallman (http://hallmanproductions.com) for filming and editing.

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              • Green Youth Movement & RecycleBank @ LA LIVE Earth Fest

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                Green Youth Movement & RecycleBank @ LA LIVE Earth Day Fest

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