Creating and Implementing National Green Plans: How Countries Are Succeeding

Venue: San Francisco

Location: San Francisco, California, United States

Event Date/Time: Oct 16, 2008 End Date/Time: Oct 16, 2008
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Shaping the US Response to Climate Change 16 October 2008 San Rafael, CA United States A one-day forum on shifting natural resource and climate change policy toward a cohesive strategy in the U.S. Featuring Herman Sips, international negotiator on finance and climate change for the 2009 Global Agreement; Martha Delgado, Environment Minister, Mexico City; and other global green planning experts on the environmental policies of The Netherlands, New Zealand, and the European Union. Special discussion of Californias Climate Change Plan AB 32. Limited to 100 seats for detailed presentation of case studies and maximum Q & A. Included with registration: copy of host Huey Johnson’s book, Green Plans: Blueprint for a Sustainable Earth (Nebraska, 2008), continental breakfast, lunch, and wine & cheese reception. Hosted by Huey D. Johnson, former Secretary of Resources for California, recipient of the U.N. Sasakawa Environment Prize, and President of Resource Renewal Institute. Enquiries: