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California Takes Green Paths To Economic Recovery

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Home to the world's eighth-largest economy, the Golden State has an unmatched combination of forward-thinking green policy, technological innovation, natural resources, and public commitment to sustainability.

At the Green California Summit, you will discover the many ways the public and private sectors work together to harness these resources and create a green path to a prosperous future.

The Summit's Keynotes and Exposition are Free to Registered Attendees, so just visit the website and register now. The Expo is the place to discover hundreds of green products and services in one place. You can talk to experts and get intensive, hands-on education that isn't available anywhere else.

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There is also an Education Program where you can expand your knowledge and skills through a comprehensive series of classes and seminars that address a wide range of critical issues. Discover more about energy efficiency, green economic development and alternative vehicles, plus water management, renewable energy and green building.

New this year is the CALGreen Academy Special sessions that help you understand and implement California's new mandatory green building code.

"The Green California Summit was an excellent venue to experience first-hand a variety of innovative and environmentally sustainable technologies and products. The Summit provided educational opportunities and product demonstrations involving fleet operations, alternative fuels, facilities management, energy reduction strategies and a variety of green business products."
Michael J. Lango, Director of General Services, Contra Costa County

This year's Summit and Exposition runs from April 18th to 20th, 2011, in the Sacramento Convention Center, Sacramento, California.

For more information, or to register online: www.green-technology.org/gcsummit Discounts are available for teams of four or more, and if you still have questions, call 626-577-5700.

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