Getty Center, Los Angeles – One of the most highly anticipated events of the year for architects, urban planners, developers, and investors, the Annual Sustainability Summit gathers these individuals to bring about and make known the new strides and efforts toward a more sustainability city here in Los Angeles.
The event took place on April 27, 2012 at the renowned Paul J. Getty Center was hosted by the Los Angeles Business Council (LABC). It was here where prominent individuals like Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and other high-profiled individuals from their respective companies came to spoke and debate the latest sustainable trends of 2012. The half-day event consisted of 3 panels in which comprised of distinguished individuals that respectively discussed homing local energy in global markets, navigating new environmental standards, and fostering a dynamic clean energy company. At the end of the event, there was a very informal luncheon and networking mixer for participants and speakers.
The 2012 Local Sustainability Summit aimed to better broaden out and magnify our city’s involvement in sustainability and eco-friendly technology. The Summit’s mission is to expand not only the ideas of sustainability but also the execution and reality of a more eco-friendly society. The general theme that seemed to have weaved itself through each panel was educating the current and younger generation on how ‘green technology’ is the future of not only Los Angeles but the world.
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