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Gulf Coast Green 2009 Symposium – CALL FOR PRESENTERS
SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL BY SEPTEMBER 30th
Gulf Coast Green 2009 seeks presenters from architectural, planning, engineering, education, energy analysis and similar professions relevant to the conference theme-
CREATING SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES
large scale low impact
SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL HERE: www.gulfcoastgreen.org and click on SPEAKERS
Topics for the April symposium include:
- Reducing the Region’s Footprint: This track will explore options for reducing the region’s carbon and ecological footprints while we continue to grow and consume.
- Alternative Technologies: This track will focus on low-tech, low cost solutions to green building design challenges.
- Smart Planning for Inevitable Growth: This track will address the challenge of responsible planning to accommodate the predicted growth of the region.
- Implementing Breakthrough Solutions: This track will highlight the latest programs and guidelines that encourage innovative solutions in green building.
SCHEDULE – WHAT TO EXPECT
Proposals Accepted Online NOW! Until September 30th
Presenters Selected and Notified November 3rd
Presenters Announced December 1st
Submit Full Presentation March 15th
ABOUT GULF COAST GREEN
With over 700 attendees in 2008, the Gulf Coast Green Symposium has proven to be the leading green building conference along the Gulf Coast region. In 2008 the two-day symposium on sustainable building targeted toward design and construction professionals preceded a two-day consumer Expo, attended by over 10,000 attendees, inaugurating Texas’ first green building consumer expo featuring certified green building products & materials.
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Gulf Coast Green 2009 - Symposium - April 16-17, 2009
CREATING SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES: large scale low impact