Event Date/Time: Oct 02, 2008
End Date/Time: Oct 05, 2008
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. (Natâ€™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 â€“ 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.
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!