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Building a Sustainable and Equitable Green Infrastructure
Featuring: Jason Feldman, co-founder of Green Era Sustainability
The pandemic, and its impact on the supply chains and the global food system, spotlighted the need to strengthen local food systems and infrastructure, especially in black and brown communities. Learn how Green Era is developing an anaerobic digester and urban farming campus on Chicago's South Side that will recycle inedible food waste to produce renewable energy and nutrient-rich soil. Development projects like the Green Era Campus improve sustainability, strengthen local supply chains, increase access to local food and drive equitable economic development. Join us to discuss Green Era's innovative green infrastructure and how it is helping both communities and businesses shift to more sustainable systems. Learn more at GreenEraChicago.com
This presentation was originally broadcast live during Loyola University Chicago's Supply Chain and Sustainability Summit on October 12, 2021.