Conservation

  • by Caleb Smith on May 23, 2016
    Join the Northwest Environmental Business Council, Environmental Business International, 2020 Environmental Group, and others for an engaging discussion about why the Pacific Northwest is a hotbed for the Environmental Industry.  In this one-day session panelist will discuss industry drivers, best practices and the long term market outlook for the industry and region.    Summit agenda: 8:00 – 9:00am – Coffee/Mixer 9:00 – 10:15am - Pacific Northwest Environmental Market Outlook – Government and Industry Perspectives Read more
  • by Caleb Smith on May 17, 2016
    CleanTech Showcase is the Pacific Northwest’s premier cleantech business event. This one-day event gathers the industry’s best and brightest to learn about the latest clean technology innovations, research and investment opportunities. Engage the industry’s best and brightest while seeing the latest cleantech innovations from across the region. Network with 350+ industry leaders, investors, media and policymakers. Hear and learn from renowned speakers across research, investing and industry. Read more
  • by Caleb Smith on May 17, 2016
    Can energy leverage the sharing economy? Two projects are finding out how cooperative district energy technologies are reshaping facility energy management and community design: Eco District and Cyrene. Read more
  • by Caleb Smith on April 15, 2016
    The energy marketplace is undoubtedly undergoing a revolution as numerous energy assets are becoming increasingly intelligent. Join Smart Grid Northwest for a lively conversation as they explore how a diversity of smart energy resources are connected into the grid and what this means for system operators, energy users, and other stakeholders.  Read more
  • by Caleb Smith on April 7, 2016
    Join the Interfaither Climate Action group on Friday, April 22, 2016 for “Lifting Our Voices for the Earth”, an event featuring well-known professional singers and songwriters Sharon Abreu and Michael Hurwiczan. The event will entertain and energize citizens who want to work together to encourage institutional changes which will reduce human impact on this fragile planet as the climate changes.  Read more
  • by Rufus Woods on March 29, 2016
    Stevens Pass Ski Resort is a great example of a company that is making sustainability pay off in terms of financial returns. The company has systematically analyzed every aspect of its energy use and waste streams and has found significant savings. Read more
  • by Elizabeth Willmott on March 22, 2016
    On March 10 Seattle took a key step on its path to be carbon neutral by 2050, when Mayor Ed Murray signed three energy efficiency ordinances that will reduce carbon pollution in the building sector.   Read more
  • by Claire Reimer on March 7, 2016
    Friends of Cooper Island presents George Divoky: Notes from a Warming, Changing Arctic Read more
  • by Elizabeth Willmott on February 8, 2016
    Puget Sound Energy is a crucial player on Washington's path toward a clean energy future, but its 20-year resource plan falls significantly short on the urgency and boldness we need to make deep, near-term carbon reduction. Read more
  • by Caleb Smith on February 4, 2016
    The #LocalImpact16 Conference will empower the next generation of sustainability and social responsibility leaders by providing access to networking events, engaging workshops, and discussions lead by professionals, activists and community leaders who are already creating change. We are looking for innovative and inspired people to join the movement and together we will maximize the positive impact we have on the prosperity of people AND the planet. Read more

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