Please join us on Tuesday, April 10th, to learn about sustainable product development from Giorgio Dell'Acqua .
Registration 5:30 - 6:00pm
Abstract- Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. What is the route to follow to achieve the goal of sustainable development when we develop a product? Who is deciding the timing, the rules, and the inputs for the sustainable practice? Who is measuring the outcome? And how do we measure it? The talk will focus on the relationship between profit and social sustainability and explains the complex framework around it.
Register below, or email Cynthia Valovich
SCC members: $45
Students and Unemployed: $35
Bio-Giorgio Dell’Acqua, PhD, is a scientist and consultant for the personal care industry. Dr Dell’Acqua graduated from The University of Rome, Italy and worked for 15 years as an investigator in applied medical research in Universities such as Mount Sinai Medical School in New York and Harvard Medical School in Boston, USA. He has spent the last 17 years as an executive and cosmetic scientist in the personal care industry. He is specialized in skin and hair care ingredients, finished product development and technical marketing. He has covered multiple roles as a manager and director in different companies specialized in active ingredients and product development. He has helped bring more than 200 successful active ingredients and finished products to market and has authored more than 60 publications in medicine and cosmetic science. In the last 10 years he has been writing and lecturing on natural cosmetic ingredients, sustainable supply chain, and helped sourcing, developing and bringing to market many natural ingredients. He is an award winning speaker on natural ingredients, a regular columnist on sustainable cosmetic science and an adjunct professor in Cosmetic Science at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He is also the chair of the Scientific Affair Committee for the New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists and its scientific blogger.