Programs established by state and local governments in California are setting the pace for green efforts throughout the county. With the Golden State's economy on the rebound, there are more opportunities than ever for California to accelerate its efforts to conserve energy and water, build renewable capacity, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create jobs that improve both the economy and the environment.
Each year, the Green California Summit provides a unique opportunity to discover innovations in policy, best practices and technology that can help both public and private sector professionals achieve greater success in their sustainabiity efforts. California is blessed with some of the most creative and experienced policy makers and green pracititioners in the country, and you can expect to find the best of the best in the Summit's education program.
The Expo offers its own educational experience - a chance for hands-on exposure to technologies and services that play a crtical role in the planning, design and execution of green projects.
The 2014 Green California Summit comes at a time of resurgence and growth for the state, with increased focus on energy conservation, renewable energy generation, the transportation sector, greening state buildings and more. In addition, implementation of Prop 39 will bring nearly $3 billion over the next five years for energy projects at public schools and community colleges.
This promises to be the most exciting Summit in recent years. Sign up now to ensure you have the location you want.
About Green Technology
Green Technology is a non-profit initiative designed to inform government efforts toward sustainability, providing a forum in which government officials can communicate with those in the private sector who are developing and distributing green technologies.
With headquarters in California, Green Technology is ideally situated to stay on the leading edge. California, with the world's eighth-largest economy, is setting the standard for state support for green technologies.