FW: Getting to GREEN Conference Announcements
"DeLongpre,Dedee" <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 13 Sep 2007 10:05:04 -0400
Please note that this conference is being hosted by FSU this year. See
Getting to GREEN
2nd Annual Campus and Community Sustainability Conference
Hosted by FSU Sustainable Campus and Community Committee and the Council
for Sustainable Florida
October 14-16, 2007 at Florida State University, Tallahassee
"Getting to GREEN" provides an opportunity for individuals from
campuses, government, businesses, and communities to share experiences
and challenges related to creating sustainability and a green culture.
Early bird registration is available until September 16
Registration fees have been made as affordable as possible to enable
greater participation. Registration includes full access to conference
events, including all panels, workshops, roundtable discussions,
breakfast, lunch, and refreshments. Register
<http://www.treeo.ufl.edu/conferences/sustain/reg.aspx> early to
receive a discounted registration rate.
Abstract submissions are now closed
Thank you to all who submitted proposals. The program schedule will be
Sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities are still available
Please visit our sponsors
pages to review the benefits commensurate with each commitment level.
Reservations can be made at the Residence Inn by Marriott
<http://www.sustainablefloridaconference.org/accommodations.php> . To
ensure the conference rate, please call the hotel directly
(850-329-9080) to make your reservation and mention you are reserving
for the 2nd Annual Campus and Community Sustainability Conference.
JUST ADDED: LEED-NC 2.2 course
We are pleased to announce that we have added a 1 or 2-day Learning to
course immediately following the conference. Conference attendees have a
special opportunity to attend this highly acclaimed course at a special
rate. Please register early for both the conference and LEED course to
secure your spot before the LEED course is opened to the general public.
Join us for a special workshop with Dr. Tom Kimmerer, Executive Director
of AASHE <http://www.aashe.org/> and conference keynote speaker.
Students play a major role in creating a sustainable campus. Share your
campus' challenges and creative solutions and find out what students are
doing across the country.
Volunteers are needed before and during the conference. If you would
like to help, please email Samantha Fridh at [log in to unmask] with your
name and contact information
In an effort to reach a wider sustainability network, please pass this
message along to friends and colleagues. Thank you for helping us spread