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Vancouver Lunch & Learn

Inspiring Sustainable Innovation

How taking small steps to address local challenges is the route to solving larger, systemic problems

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2017 | 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
LIBRARY SQUARE CONFERENCE CENTRE, 350 WEST GEORGIA, VANCOUVER, BC
COST: FREE

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Registration includes a zero-waste lunch and refreshments.

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Speaker bio

Lisa
Lisa Papania | Lecturer at SFU | Founder of Lupii Cafe

Lisa Papania teaches product development, innovation and business marketing – with a focus on sustainability and creating a circular, community-focused economy – at Simon Fraser University’s Beedie School of Business. She has a PhD from SFU in Canada, and an MBA from Wits Business School in South Africa.

Her teaching focuses on engaging students in developing innovative solutions in consideration of local and broader social and environmental issues, especially focusing on reducing and diverting waste and uplifting local communities. Lisa has published articles, case studies and book chapters on innovation and sustainability. Recently, she opened Lupii Cafe, Vancouver’s first zero-waste cafe, to implement the learnings from her teaching and research.