Washington, DC - Now in its fourth year, the 2011 Good Jobs, Green Jobs National Conference is the nation's leading forum sharing ideas and strategies to build a green economy that creates good jobs, reduces global warming and confronts other environmental problems, and preserves America's economic and environmental security.
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Washington, DC - The need for leadership on U.S. energy policy has never been more important. Soon a new Congress will convene and a slate of new governors will take office, presenting an opportunity to find common ground on the critical issues facing renewable energy.
The Phase II National Policy Forum will lay the groundwork for a new, collaborative national renewable energy policy agenda. It will explore the key issues on renewable energy supply, national security, economic development and jobs, and the environment and climate. It will define a new platform of commitment, innovation, finance and education.
Washington, DC - The 2010 Good Jobs, Green Jobs National Conference, May 4-6, 2010, in Washington, D.C., is the leading forum for putting our ideas to work and building a new, green economy that creates good jobs, reduces global warming and preserves America's economic and environmental security.
Washington, DC - The Sustainable Energy Coalition, in cooperation with Members of the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Caucuses, will host the 13th annual Congressional Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency EXPO + Forum.
Washington, DC - 21st Century Infrastructure: Opportunities and Hurdles for Renewable Energy Development is a conference sponsored by the American University Washington College of Law and the Renewable & Distributed Generation Resources Committee of the ABA Section of Environment, Energy and Resources.
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Washington D.C. - The National Wind Coordinating Collaborative (NWCC) is hosting a fall seminar on the "state of the art" developments in siting wind energy. This meeting will ensure that policymakers; local, state, and federal agencies; and developers have the tools they need to site new wind facilities in an environmentally responsible fashion.