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At Green Festival®, a joint project of Global Exchange and Green America, we're celebrating what's working in our communities-for people, business and the environment.
Washington, DC - Thousands of protestors came to the capitol today to draw attention to the devasting impacts of the nation's addiction to coal upon America's mountains and mountain communities.
Presented by The White House Council on Environmental Quality and hosted by The George Washington University.
Grand Hyatt Washington
1000 H Street NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20001
202 582 1234
The expo will take place on the National Mall and will bring together professional scientists, engineers, and business leaders around innovations designed to advance economic growth while reducing environmental impact.
The Symposium revolves around commissioned technical papers on seven factors that may result in disproportionate environmental health impacts among minority and low-income populations.
It will be held at:
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
810 Mount Vernon Place, NW
This conference is hosted by the National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE), its 10th National Conference on Science, Policy, and the Environment. This year the theme is The New Green Economy.
The United Nations Environment Program's Regional Office for North America (UNEP-RONA) invites concerned members of North America's civil society organizations to attend this consultation, in preparation for the UNEP Governing Council/Global Ministerial Environment Forum (GC/GMEF), scheduled for 24-26 February 2010, in Bali, Indonesia.
2nd Annual Takoma Area Green Homes and Gardens Tour
Learn about saving money and energy on the Takoma Area Green Homes and Gardens Tour.
Saturday, October 3, 2009 – 11am - 5pm
As King County Executive, Ron Sims was a bold and visionary leader nationally recognized for his work on transportation, climate, health care reform and urban development; now Sims has moved to the Number 2 position at the US Department of Housing and Urban Developmen