Published by Kerry on 26 Aug 2010 at 03:25 pm
Where do the builders of the future converge? Three words: West Coast Green. On September 30 through October 2, innovators will gather at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco to talk about designing a greener world. We’re happy to be an educational partner. You can join the West Coast Green group on WiserEarth to discuss related topics. All WiserEarth members save 30% on entry to the conference! Read on to find out more!
West Coast Green is a conference for businesses, builders and designers to connect, share best practices, and expand their visions. It features over 100 presenters, 300+ exhibitors and around 11,000 attendees. Industry leaders, entrepreneurs and government leaders alike gather to help drive the success of the cities of the future. This year, the theme is “the intersection of the built environment and technology.”
West Coast Green has received kudos in the past for going above and beyond the average conference experience, in addition to being a good place to meet members from the industry. Another participant called it California’s most comprehensive green building show.
This year, the conference features such luminaries as Hunter Lovins, Eric Corey Freed, Michelle Kauffman and William McDonough, and panels on everything from developing integrated cities to green purchasing behavior, from passive houses to intelligent transportation.
Perks of being on WiserEarth
Sound interesting? If you aren’t a WiserEarth member, it’s fast and easy to join. Once you’ve done so, you can click here for your WiserEarth discount off the full conference pass. If you check out the West Coast Green Group, you can post a discussion if you like, and find other conference discounts! If you’re interested in helping to build, or just learning more about, the green cities of the future, don’t miss this one!
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