Be Sure to Register For FutureBuildLA Green Conference and Expo, October 19th!

 

FutureBuildLA 2010 is ULI Los Angeles’s annual green conference and exposition bringing together developers, financiers, builders, law professionals, policy makers, planners, politicians, product innovators, building owners and operators, utilities, and other land use and real estate professionals, to explore sustainability from concept to execution. Through a series of panel discussions, workshops, case studies, seminars and roundtables, FutureBuildLA promises to create a dynamic forum and foster dialogue allowing participants to explore pertinent issues in green development.

To register for the Tuesday October 19th event (Complimentary for all attendees!), click here.

Topics will include discussions on the future of development within the changing regulatory and entitlement process due to climate change and global warming, the connection between transportation, green infrastructure, incentives, financing, LEED accreditation, building design, and building operations, as well as a dialogue on sustainable technologies. 

Keynote speakers for the conference include the deputy Mayor for the environment for the City of Los Angeles, Romel Pascual, the founder of G24 innovations and former Speaker of the California State Assembly, Robert M. Hertzberg, the co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, and founder of Clark Strategic Partners, Woodrow Clark, as well as members from the award-winning property management team from Adobe Systems Incorporated.

When: Tuesday, October 19, 2010, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00p.m. Continental Breakfast and Lunch will be served

Location: The Los Angeles Convention Center, Concourse Hall
1201 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

 

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