What Went Wrong at Enron
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 9, 2009
The 8th Annual Wall Street Green Trading Summit founded by Peter Fusaro in 2001, offers, for the first time, an innovative four days of cutting edge training opportunity in carbon trading, renewable energy and green finance, designed to meet the carbon training needs of a broad spectrum of executives.
The Summit now, in its eighth year, is held on April 1 and 2 at the New York Times Center. It is flanked by a Pre-Conference training seminar "Introduction to Carbon Trading" and a Post-Event Seminar "Advanced Carbon Finance Markets, " both held at Pricewaterhouse Coopers Center. The Summit, the centerpiece event at the NY Times Center, will feature 60 expert speakers from the United States and abroad, representing an extensive range of green financial market news, updates and projections. Networking opportunities abound. This, in itself, is an excellent reason to attend.
"We only do this once a year as we gather together the leading experts in green trading to meet in New York to transfer their considerable knowledge and to network with the best," said Peter Fusaro, Chairman, Global Change Associates and founder of the summit.
Financial executives in the Northeast can keep their carbon footprint in check by remaining in New York City for training in the rapidly evolving green financial opportunities anticipated with the commitment of the Obama Administration.
While jobs are being lost at a great rate in many sectors, the opportunity in green is increasing. At this Summit, those who've been down-sized have the chance to re-size with green finance, as we anticipate green job market of unprecedented importance and generosity, again a proposed mandate of the Obama Administration. Now is the time to prepare for change and the emerging green economy.
This is the grand-daddy of green trading events, the authentic model which some are trying to copy elsewhere. Founder Peter Fusaro's thirty-four year career in green finance and climate change and his authorship of 15 books on green financial subjects place him in a unique historical position. His NY Times best-seller "What Went Wrong at Enron" is the book that exposed the greedy business model which presages our understanding of the current financial crisis.
Price sensitive fees are in effect and can be found on the web at Wall Street Green Trading Summit (http://www.wsgts.com).
For further summit information, please call 1-888-435-2632 or ingo @ wsgts.com.