The 2012 Green California Summit & Expo, the nation’s largest annual green event, comes to the Sacramento Convention Center on April 26 & 27. The Latin Business Association, aware of the importance of green technology and sustainability to California’s economic future, is proud to partner with in presenting this unique and comprehensive event.

Now in its sixth year, the Summit will feature 150 companies offering green products and services, as well as keynote speakers, educational sessions, a special full-day green curriculum workshop, leadership awards, a Green Auto Mall and networking opportunities.

The 2012 Green California Summit & Expo
“Building a Green Future for the Golden State”

The environmental policies that California government has enacted in recent years have set the stage for a future in which economic growth and resource conservation go hand in hand.

This future can only be achieved if the goals of policy are well understood, strategies and tools for implementation are identified and shared, and the varied participants in the state’s green “ecosystem” are aware of what others are doing.

This ecosystem is working to provide many services – including energy efficiency, renewable generation, building retrofits, green jobs, funding and incentives.

The 2012 Green California Summit is the place to come to discover innovations in policy, practice and technology that can keep green programs healthy and expanding.

Led by an Advisory Board that includes leaders from government and industry, the Summit brings sustainability to life through education sessions, keynote presentations, an Expo featuring green products and services and the Summit’s annual Leadership Awards.

The theme of the 2012 Summit is “Building a Green Future for the Golden State.”

Come to the Summit to discover the resources that exist to help you and your organization achieve your sustainability goals. Keynote sessions and the Expo – including more than 200 companies – are free to registered attendees.

General Session Speakers

April 26th

  • Dan Adler
    California Clean Energy
    Fund (CalCEF)
  • Bio

  • Kevin Johnson
    City of Sacramento
  • Bio

  • Jared Blumenfeld
    Pacific Southwest Region
    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Group discounts are available. Expo and keynotes are free. For information and to register, go to: or call Cindy Dangberg at 626-577-5700.

    About Green Technology

    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.

    California, with the world’s eighth-largest economy, is setting the standard for state support for green technologies. With headquarters in California, Green Technology is ideally situated to stay on the leading edge.

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