With New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary on the horizon, join us for the 2007 Clean Air-Cool Planet climate solutions conference.
Radisson Hotel — Manchester — October 12 & 13
Global Warming and Energy Solutions will:
* Convene business and community leaders to communicate climate challenges to the next president of the United States
* Showcase solutions to greenhouse gas reductions
* Spotlight presidential candidates’ global warming and energy policies
President and CEO, Stonyfield Farm
Chairman and CEO, PSEG
Author, The End of Nature
Director, Institute for Earth Oceans and Space, University of New Hampshire
President & CEO, National Wildlife Federation
REGISTER by Sept. 7th for early-bird discount.
Topics & Issues
* Latest on climate change science & impacts
* The direction of state and federal policies
* The realities of carbon neutrality
* Climate change and energy policy priorities of Presidential Candidates
Candidates from both parties have been invited to communicate their priorities for action on climate change and energy security
* Climate change as a retail issue
* Impacts on wildlife in New England
* Capturing the value of demand-side savings
* Siting and building renewable energy in the Northeast
* Adaptation in public health and public works: Living in a changing climate
Clean Air-Cool Planet
100 Market Street
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
For more information or sponsorship opportunities, contact:
(603) 422-6464 ext. 104 or email@example.com
new york city
In 268 Days, New York City is Going Green…
On April 25-27, 2008 you are invited to exhibit in New York’s first ever Go Green Expo. The event will take place at the Hilton New York Hotel on 6th Avenue at 53rd Street. This inaugural event will feature the latest eco-friendly products and services that all New Yorkers can learn about as well purchase to help reduce their environmental impact and lead a “greener” life.
“There are almost always environmentally-friendly alternatives to everyday tasks and products,” states Go Green Expo’s CEO, Bradford Rand, “we hope to enlighten, entertain and educate both consumers and business owners with ways in which they can do their small part to change the current climate crisis that faces our world today.”
Go Green Expo will feature hundreds of companies showcasing the latest earth friendly products & services, dozens of interactive seminars, an eco-film festival, an eco-fashion show and a myriad of hands on demonstrations. The expo will be divided into separate eco-pavilions including transportation, energy alternatives, home, green investing, organic food & wine, green office, health & beauty and a children’s learning center.
The event will kick off on Friday, April 25th with Go Green Expo’s “Green Tie” Gala Awards Dinner. This evening will honor individuals from an array of industries who have made a positive impact with respect to our environment as well as raise funds for our non-profit partners.
As a way of spreading awareness and giving back to the green community, Go Green Expo’s CEO Bradford Rand will be donating booth space to a variety of distinguished non-profit organizations. Groups such as Robert Kennedy’s Riverkeeper, Bette Midler’s New York Restoration Project, The Rainforest Alliance, Treehugger, Habitat for Humanity, Conserve Our Ocean Legacy (C.O.O.L.), Earth Pledge, The Nature Conservancy of New York, Council on the Environment, Office of Recycling Outreach & Education, Greenmarket NYC, Green Mountain Energy, American Forest Foundation, Project Learning Tree, American Tree Farm System, Forests for Watersheds & Wildlife and Energy Watch: are all on board as the list grows weekly.
Companies that have environmentally friendly products and services are encouraged to apply for the limited exhibition space available at this unique expo by contacting Annie Steinberg, Senior Sales Director at 212.655.4505 ext. 229.
Plans are in the works to expand to major cities throughout the United States and eventually the world.
President / CEO
Go Green Expo, LLC
and the Go Green Expo Team: Seth Berk, Jason Landun, Annie Steinberg, Allison Grebstein, Nicole Boyer & Melissa Yoblon
sponsors & partners
Solar Materials Science Conference Sept 3 – 7
much more info here.
Wednesday, Aug 8th. 12:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.
Bryant Park “goes green”, as we focus on the environment. Join us for a lively discussion with a diverse panel of experts with recent books covering a wide variety of topics including: global warming, tips for large corporations, green-living in New York City and individual lifestyle changes that make a difference. With authors: Ben Jervey (The Big Green Apple), Eugene Linden (The Winds of Change), Josh Dorfman (The Lazy Environmentalist) and Andrew S. Winston (Green to Gold). Hosted by: Dr. Bill Chameides, Chief Scientist, Environmental Defense.
The event is FREE and open to the public. For updates and additional information, please visit our website at www.bryantpark.org. The Bryant Park Reading Room located on the 42nd Street side of the park – under the trees – between the back of the NYPL & 6th Avenue. Look for the burgundy and white umbrellas. Rain Venue: Barnes & Noble Booksellers at 555 Fifth Avenue & 46th Street – 212-697-3048