Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 19, 2013
Planet Aid is a proud sponsor the Green California Summit being held in Sacramento April 18-19. The only annual event of its kind, the Summit is a gathering of both private and public sector participants who are engaged in efforts to ensure a green future for the State of California.
Please visit our booth (#730) in the Exhibition Hall.
Organized by Green Technology, a non-profit initiative based in California, the event offers continuing education credits from Build it Green, the International Code Council and the Construction Management Association of America and the AIA. Speakers are scheduled to address issues such as green energy and energy efficiency, transportation, and lighting. The U.S. Green Building Council-California will also hold sessions on leading by example, and building smart sustainable communities in California. Featured speakers include Jane Long, Ph.D., Chair, California's Energy Future, California Council on Science and Technology, and Greg Kats, President, Capital E.
Attendees include: agency secretaries; commissioners; facility managers; architects and engineers; recycling professionals; water specialists; commercial real estate professionals and anyone involved in the green movement throughout California.
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.
Headquartered in Elkridge, MD and with operations in California, Planet Aid is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to inform, mobilize and inspire individuals and communities to work together to bring about worldwide environmental and social progress. Incorporated under the laws of Massachusetts and recognized as a tax-exempt charity under IRS code 501(c)(3), Planet Aid is registered with the U.S. Agency for International Development as a private voluntary organization (PVO), and is a member of the Humana People to People Federation, Interaction, and Aid for Africa. It has also earned the Guidestar Exchange Seal for its commitment to transparency. For more information on Planet Aid, visit Planetaid.org.