Event Date/Time: Oct 02, 2008 End Date/Time: Oct 05, 2008
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Camille Dixon (KOCE-TV) will MC the symposium which features speakers such as Chris Jordan (National Geographic), Alina Aguilar (Petco Park), Jorden Segraves (U.S. Green Building Council), Scott Samuelsen, Ph.D. (Nat’l Fuel Cell Research Center), Judi Schweitzer, Steve Ellis (Honda), Michael Siersema (CSC), and panel discussions on Sustainable Building Design, Fuel Cell Technologies, Green Venues & Events, Environmental Ethics, and Environmental Action Points. The Festival will feature innovative environmental exhibits in themed Villages (Permaculture, Eco, Healthy Living, Artists, Earth Moons – for Children), organic fashion shows, music, entertainment, film screening of the 11th Hour and The American Southwest: Are We Running Dry, and environmental awareness and global peace art activities for children. Sponsors include: Toshiba, Akeena Solar, Earthlite, Waste Management, Southern California Edison, Honda, GM, Laguna Beach School District, and more.

The symposium will start with a VIP Reception on Thurs Oct 2nd at 6:30 pm where guests will be able to network with speakers and environmentalists.

Visit www.endangeredplanet.net for schedules, tickets and more.


650 Laguna Canyon Road
Laguna Beach
United States

Additional Information

Tickets: Symposium: $195/day, $395/3 days (includes lunch, films and festival admission) Festival: $7/day, $15/3 days (includes exhibits, demos, shows, entertainment, music, art exhibits and activities) VIP Reception: $55 advance reg. /$65 at the door (includes beverages/wine + appetizers) Discounts available for students, seniors and veterans Symposium registration is limited and expected to sell out quickly, so purchase your advance tickets today!