|Green Cities conference coming to Orlando|
|Written by sonia stephens|
|Friday, April 10 2009|
Orlando will be the host city for Green Cities™ Florida 2009. The conference will be held May 19-21, 2009 at the Orange County Convention Center South Concourse Building. The event will coincide with the grand opening of the Orange County Climate Change Center and the unveiling of a new one megawatt solar PV system on the roof of the Convention Center.
The mission of Green Cities™ Florida is to empower business leaders, government directors, and organization decision-makers to understand their full range of options for local green economies, as well as actions they can take to save money, protect the environment, and enhance community through sustainable practices. Educational tracks include opportunities for attendees to receive certification and continuing education credits. Other sessions will cover topics ranging widely from Green Governance to Urban Planning, Green Business & Procurement to Green Tourism, Hospitality, Travel, Entertainment, and from Civic Engagement to Business Development.
The Green Cities™ Conference will offer a high-tech, interactive, outcome based, portfolio of seminars on sustainable solutions, presented by the nation’s leading green business, government, business, and technology experts. Green Cities™ prepares business and government with specific tactics for participating in this growing green economy. There will be over 70 presenters and more than 1,200 expected attendees.
“Small to medium businesses want to go green, and so do their host cities.” says Joseph Malki, Executive Co-Producer of the event. “Our Green Cities events provide the practical “how-to’s” from successful innovators across sectors of industry and government management.
To register, or for more information, please visit www.greencities.com .
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