California Clean Tech Open Presents

Clean Tech Transportation Symposium

Date: October 9, 2008 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Location: UCLA Campus, Los Angeles, CA
Registration: http://www.cleantechopen.com/app.cgi/events/view/51

  • FIND out about clean technology advancements within the transportation sector
  • LEARN from experienced entrepreneurs
  • HEAR from policy makers and expert investors about market trends
  • MEET Clean Tech Open Alumni and 2008 Finalists
  • ATTEND the 2008 Clean Tech Open Transportation Symposium

Traffic congestion, air pollution and rising fuel costs are strong drivers for our modes of transportation. What technologies are emerging to address these issues? How are savvy entrepreneurs and investors taking advantage of the massive market for transportation?

Come listen to the expert panel address applications of clean technologies and innovative business models for transportation issues. Hear from two local entrepreneurs working for mass transportation solutions. Get the perspective from local government on successful programs and incentives to implement clean technologies. Learn from investment and marketing experts on how to take these technologies to market and deploy them at scale.

Proterra's brand new Hybrid-Electric Bus will also be on display. As with all Clean Tech Open events, join us for food and drinks, and plenty of networking opportunities.

Please RSVP here to join us. This event has limited space. http://www.cleantechopen.com/app.cgi/events/view/51

Cost is $20 for online registration and $30 at the door (cash only).

FREE for students and paid contestants of the 2008 Clean Tech Open.

Walk-ins are welcome, but space is limited, so make sure you join us and RSVP NOW!

Schedule:

  • 6:00pm Registration, Light Appetizers and Networking
  • 7:00pm Panel Discussion
  • 8:30pm Networking and Poster Session
  • 9:00pm Adjourn

Introduction and Keynote:

  • Introduction - CTO
  • Keynote Address - Paul M. Williamsen, National Manager, Lexus College, University of Toyota

Panel:

  • Jack Rosebro, Green Car Congress (Moderator)
  • Sean Arian, Director of Economic Development Strategy, Office of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
  • Josh Bigelow, CEO, Syncromatics (2007 CTO Transportation Winner)
  • Kimberly Gardiner, Toyota Motor Sales
  • Dale Hill, CEO and Founder, Proterra
  • Robb McLarty, Associate, NGEN

Venue generously provided with the support of the UCLA Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.


DuPont And Environmental Defense Fund Invite You To Attend An Interactive Workshop On Nano Risk Management:

Nano Risk Management Training Workshop

Date: 4/2/08
Location: San Francisco, CA
Registration: http://www.sustainablepackaging.org/

DuPont and Environmental Defense Fund invite you to attend an interactive workshop on nano risk management.

These workshops will give participants the tools they need to:
· Understand (and explain to others) why nano-specific risk management is necessary;
· Assemble and leverage the internal and external resources to implement nano-specific risk management; and
· Begin implementing nano-specific risk management in an efficient and effective manner.

The workshops will be led by Scott Walsh, of Environmental Defense Fund, and Terry Medley and Keith Swain, of DuPont, authors of the Nano Risk Framework, a comprehensive, flexible and practical tool to evaluate, manage and communicate the potential risks of nanomaterials. The workshop will include:
· Interactive discussions of how to implement nano-specific risk management;
· Case studies of nano-specific risk management in use by companies and governments; and
· Sources of additional help for companies adopting these approaches.

Register for Wednesday, April 2nd at the Sustainable Packaging Coalition (San Francisco, CA) at http://sustainablepackaging.org/SpringMtg2008/SPC_Invite_Nano.pdf or by contacting Lesley Fore at Lesley.Fore@GreenBlue.org

Register for Tuesday, April 8th at the Toxics Use Reduction Institute (Boston, MA) at http://www.turi.org/content/view/full/4787.


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