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August 11, 2010

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West Coast Green is the world’s largest symposium on green innovation.

A three-day conference, expo, and forum, where the most valuable ideas
meet visionary thinkers at the drawing board for a cleaner, brighter future.

It’s all connected. Be here.

  • 200+ exhibits – Explore, engage and interact with valuable, viable, world-changing concepts, businesses and technologies.
  • 125+ speakers – Hear the inspiring visions and tangible strategies of the most influential voices of the green revolution, including William McDonough, Mayor Gavin Newsom, Panama Bartholomy, Michelle Kaufmann, Eric Corey Freed, Dan Kammen, Andrew Tang, Arianna Huffington and more!
  • Innovation Pipeline – Witness new technologies at their unveiling, from breakthrough 3D home design systems to next-gen solar roofing tiles, it’s a peek into the future.
  • Entrepreneurship Series – Collaborate and strategize directly with industry experts through one-on-one consultations focused on taking your concept to the next level.
  • Smart Grid Chat – Help shape the future of clean energy distribution by joining the industry’s key players in exploring the new age of smart grids and their endless opportunity.
  • More – Take a spin around the Green Auto Innovation Pipeline, tour the Self-sustaining Show Home, check out the Hanging Storm Water Gardens, then relax for a while at the Organic Beer & Wine Garden because there’s much more to see and do.

2030 group trip to the DUMP! August 11, 2010

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1.  Justin contemplating Waste

2. The group!

3. The stink!

Check out the blog on the trip here

Ice Truckers! July 23, 2010

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http://spaceinvading.com/entry/project_id/Emergent_North201007131279082416

This project not only focuses on how to deal with migration of local wildlife and utilizing renewable energy, but also strives to make life better for alienated citizens living in the arctic.

Micheal Heacock Guest lecture July 23, 2010

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Last Section in the AAU Sustainability Workshop

Friday, July 30th 2:00pm

601 Brannan, Room 210

Ask Obama to Support 350 PPM Goal July 2, 2010

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Atmospheric carbon dioxide currently stands at about 387 parts per million. Scientists, including the head of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and James Hansen of NASA, have called on world leaders to reduce that level to 350 parts per million. Doing so will require the United States to cut its greenhouse gas emissions to 40 percent or more below 1990 levels by 2020.

Studies have concluded that 35 percent of species could be committed to extinction by 2050 if current emissions trajectories continue. But many of these extinctions can be prevented if greenhouse gas emissions are cut.

In celebration of the International Day of Climate Action on October 24, we need you to help us take action to save these species and the thousands of others at risk from runaway climate change. With President Barack Obama preparing for international climate negotiations in Copenhagen this December, the time to act is now.

click here to act

Sustainability Workshop- AAU June 23, 2010

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WKSP 2
(Sustainability
Workshop)
Amily Huang
601 Brannan
Room 210
11:00am – 1:50pm
WKSP 5 will meet
on the following
dates:
7/7, 7/14, 7/21, 7/28

Ahead of the Curve June 11, 2010

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Copenhagen Adopts Madatory Green Roof Policy, looks to be carbon neutral by 2025!

http://inhabitat.com/2010/06/09/copenhagen-adopts-a-mandatory-green-roof-policy/

Rebuilding Together April 13, 2010

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National Rebuilding Day!

When
Saturday, Apr 24, 2010
Where
All over the City! (map)
Description
For over 20 years now, Rebuilding Together San Francisco has been mobilizing thousands of volunteers to repair and renovate low-income homes and nonprofit facilities all over the City. As part of our “Changing Neighborhoods, Changing Lives” campaign, we have a majority of our projects in the Excelsior District this year, as well as a resource fair and many ways that volunteers can get involved! If you would like to be part of this exciting event, please contact Valerie@RebuildingTogetherSF.org

LEED Chapter 4 tomorrow April 13, 2010

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WEDNESDAY

TIME CHANGED TO 11 am

Networking Ops (close to school, next wednesday) April 7, 2010

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