Los Angeles is facing the worst drought in history, and we will be discussing the matter with fellow colleagues at Social Media Week LA at the Bergamot Station Arts Center. The  “California Sustainability: how one of the worst droughts in history is changing consumer behavior” panel will take place on Wednesday, June 10th. There we will be disusing how limited access to water is effecting the way we eat, the way we dress, the way we travel, and the way we work.

We are over the moon about participating in this event and to be able to talk about about how important water is to us. Alongside our Marketing Director, Andrea Chase panelists Alex Delyle, Associate Creative Director at Save the Drop; Marci Frumkin, Executive Marketing Coordinator at Whole Foods; and Tiffani Williams, Senior Director of Supply Chain and Innovation at Alternative Apparel, will all be addressing two main questions. How does your business use water / how does your business plan around water? And how are you communicating that work to consumers?

Join us and the other panelists, to discover how companies and individuals are responding to the water crisis, and what social tools we can leverage to become better, more conscious consumers.

Sustainability is no longer an option; it’s Angelenos’ new way of life!

Hope to see you there.