InSight co-hosted the final workshop in the 2014/2015 Jackson Hole & Yellowstone Sustainable Destinations workshop series with Julie Klein from Confluence Sustainability. The workshop’s topics were sustainability management planning and telling your sustainability story. We heard from the organizers of Old Bills Fun Run on tips for running a sustainable event, as well as our special guest, Jackson Mayor Sarah Flitner, who spoke about the importance of the partnership between the Town of Jackson and Teton County in working to achieve sustainability goals in our community. Find a few of the resources from the workshop on the JHYSDP Website.
Today, inSight hosted the second Jackson Hole & Yellowstone Sustainable Destinations (JHYSDP) workshop of the series, “Looking upstream from the trashcan: optimizing purchasing and supply chains toward downstream benefits”. Check out some great resources from the workshop on the JHYSPD website. The most popular slide of the day was set in the context of a discussion about who’s at fault for our 50-year-old landfill in Teton County, which is leaking and contaminating groundwater. The slide’s photo depicts a young boy standing on the old, buried landfill with a shirt exclaiming, “chill out bro, nacho fault”.
InSight is pleased to be part of the instructional team for the Jackson Hole & Yellowstone Sustainable Destination Program‘s Sustainable Business & Organization Workshop Series, together with Julie Klein of Confluence Sustainability. The first workshop will be held on Tuesday, November 18th from 8 am to 12 pm at the Wort Hotel. To register, contact Tim O’Donaghue at email@example.com.