Just and Regenerative Business in AlaskaOctober 19, 2022
The College of Business and Public Policy will host the UAA portion of “Just and Regenerative Business in Alaska,” a statewide, three-lecture series made possible by the Educational Legacy Fund.
The series kicks off at University of Alaska Southeast on Friday, October 28 at 7 pm. with “Lessons from Indigenous Tourism for a Regenerative Future.” Join Alexis Bunten for an in-depth exploration of Indigenous leadership in the regenerative tourism space to learn best practices for increasing the quadruple bottom line (people, planet, profit and purpose) via tourism in Southeast Alaska and beyond. Bunten is the author of “‘So, how long have you been Native?’ Life as an Alaska Native Tour Guide,” (University of Nebraska Press) and “Indigenous Tourism Movements” (University of Toronto Press). In-person event, with live stream options.
On March 2, 2023, the University of Alaska Fairbanks will host “One Health, Global Impact, Coordination and Collaboration.”
On March 30, 2023, the University of Alaska Anchorage, with leadership from CBPP, will welcome Kevin Wilhelm, pre-eminent business consultant and speaker in the field of sustainability.
Additional details for the March 2023 events are forthcoming.
The Educational Legacy Fund has made this free statewide lecture series possible to highlight the just and regenerative business approach. This mindset recognizes a business’s interdependence with other people and ecosystems to enable the business and all living beings to thrive.