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Join us for Sustainability in Practice: Doing Better for Pets, People, and the Planet (On-demand)

Available until December 31st, 2021
This program has been approved for 2 hours of non-medical continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.

To Access the Event:  Login to your member profile and click on CACVT Event Access (under your nametag) 

Presented by Jacquie Hilterman, we will be talking about sustainability and the role it plays in our industry. See below for a full summary: 

You probably know the Earth is in a climate crisis and we all (individuals, businesses, and governments at every level) need to take immediate action. You've likely heard the term sustainability and may know that it can be defined as the overlap among people, planet, and profit. But how is sustainability relevant to our daily lives working in veterinary hospitals? Join us for a presentation and discussion about sustainability in veterinary hospitals and how we, as a group, can help our profession do a better job for pets, people, and the planet!

About Jacquie: 

Jacquie Hilterman is a member of the International Society for Sustainability Professionals, a Climate Reality Leader, and has Sustainability Excellence Associate credential. She earned an M.S. degree from the University of NC at Wilmington and an M.A. degree from the University of Georgia. She's from the midwest, has lived on both coasts, and is now settled into Colorado where she and her 2 and 4-legged family are happily exploring the mountains.