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POPAI's Sustainability in Retail (The Future is so Bright Green) Seminar, will be held March 23, 2009, at Globalshop. Presented by POPAI, this seminar explores the environmental necessity for display designers to integrate sustainable considerations into merchandising displays, including eco-design and life-cycle strategies. Attendees will learn how to assert "stewardship," including the sharing of responsibility between brand, designer/producer and retailer, for the whole life cycle of merchandising programs from design to disposal. Visit http://www.globalshop.org/globalshop/conference/conference-schedule for a full description and to pre-order tickets.

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