Don Carli is Senior Research Fellow with the nonprofit Institute for Sustainable Communication, where he is director of The Sustainable Advertising Partnership and oversees programs addressing advertising, marketing, corporate responsibility, sustainability, and enterprise communication. He is an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Industry Studies Program Affiliate Scholar, Sustainability Editor of Aktuel Grafisk Information Magazine in Sweden, and a contributor to MediaShift on PBS.
Carli has been a senior advisor to Fortune 1000 companies including Adobe, Afga, DuPont, Kodak, Hewlett Packard, Pearson, Reed-Elsevier, Time Inc., Xerox and 3M. An expert in printing technologies, he has written for Graphic Communications World, PrintMedia, Printing Impressions, Booktech, and Ethical Corporation magazines. He is frequently quoted as an expert source on issues related to sustainability, advertising, media and green marketing in The New York Times, Fortune Magazine, Advertising Age Magazine and on NPR’s Morning Edition.
A graduate of St. Lawrence University, Carli is a member of the board of advisors of the AIGA Center for Sustainable Design, a member of the Institute for Supply Management, and a recipient of the P3 Foundation “Luminaire Award” recognizing outstanding achievement and dedication by graphic communication industry innovators.
He has been a speaker at many conferences in the United States as well as in Brazil, Sweden, and Italy. He speaks on sustainability and advertising, sustainable marketing, green printing, corporate social responsibility, environmentally preferable procurement, recycling, and stakeholder relationship management.
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