The second conference, Sustainability and Forest Biorefinery II: Bringing bio-based products to market was held at the Renaissance in Syracusea timely event about sustainability.
Presentations from the 2008 Conference
Highlights of the conference program included:
Community leaders, renewable, energy producers and consumers, ethanol users and producers, State and federal policy and decision-makers, forest owners, farmers, food processors, loggers and wood harvesters, wood or agricultural scientists, economists and investors and citizens committed to a sustainable future.
This second conference program focused on strategies to bring bio-based fuels and bio-products to market here in NYS.
"The program offered a nice mix of technology and commerical / business issues."
Last year's attendees commented on high quality of speakers, the variety of presentations with enough time to allow depth, a chance to network, order of how presenters progressed: why, who, how – bringing all sides together.
FORUM SUMMARY DOCUMENT 
WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS
Dr. Jacquelyn McNutt ~ Executive Director, CPBIS ~ Forum Hostess 
Leadership Challenges in Achieving Market Dominance ~ Dr. Michael Oliff, Executive Director Enterprise 2020 
WORK PLACE CULTURE ~ A CRITICAL ELEMENT OF ENTERPRISE TRANSFORMATION
A Critical Element of Enterprise Transformation ~ Dr. Michael Herbert, Principal and SVP, Sinclair Group 
Emerging Driving Force3s Shape and Change Rules of the Game
SENIOR EXECUTIVE LEADERS’ PANEL
Cross Section Discussion ~ Business Lessons & Wisdoms
For Access to 2008 TBF Presentation Materials ~ Click Highlighted Numbers Above