Good Jobs, Green Jobs Conference

Good Jobs, Green Jobs Conference

 

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Join Us in Los Angeles on March 15 & 16, 2012

The 2012 Good Jobs, Green Jobs Regional Conferences are coming to a city near you next year. In Atlanta, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Detroit, thousands of people will come together to talk about how they are building a green economy in their region — and creating good jobs along the way.

Register for Good Jobs, Green Jobs West taking place March 15-16 at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites.

The schedule for the 2012 Good Jobs, Green Jobs Regional Conferences is as follows:

  • Atlanta: February 23-24
  • Los Angeles: March 15-16
  • Philadelphia: April 3-4
  • Detroit: May 10-11
Registration Now Open for Good Jobs, Green Jobs South, West and East Conferences

Now in its fifth year, the Good Jobs, Green Jobs Conference — the nation’s leading forum for sharing ideas and strategies to build a green economy and create good, green jobs  — is heading to four different cities in 2012 to showcase the unique opportunities of each region in building a cleaner, job-creating economy.

The four Good Jobs, Green Jobs Regional Conferences will feature two days of exciting speakers and informative workshops, bringing together community leaders, union members, environmentalists, business leaders and elected officials to discuss how each region is, block by block, building the foundation for a green economy.

Registration is now open for our first three Conferences:

Registration is only $195 for each of the Conferences. Register today.

 

 

 

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