CAGD Solar at Green CA Schools Summit

10 Dec

California Sch9ol teachers and administrators are flocking today to the Anaheim Convention Center as the Green California School Summit officially opens its yesterday, the two day event which had sneak peak workshops Monday, is all about exposing California public schools to how they can be green. As more and more school districts join the green revolution the exhibition continues, this year there are over three dozen seminars, and attendees are expected to surpass 3000 plus over 200 exhibitors.

Solar SchoolIt’s in fact the nation’s largest green school program and cover a wide range of sustainability, everything from greening buildings to greening educational programs. California Green Designs is there with a hard to miss bird’s eye view of MDS School’s 175 kW Solar Installation.

Among the speakers will be the state’s superintendent, Jack O’Connell, Hunter Lovins, one of  Time Magazine’s “Hero of the Planet,” and author of  Natural Capitalism and Terry Tamminen, author of Lives per Gallon and environmental adviser to Governor Schwarzenegger.

This is the second annual Green School Summit, the first summit in Pasadena, had such success the revenue has been moved to be accommodate.  Other similar events are spread out throughout the year from same the hosting group, the non-profit Green Technology. The other events focus on other sectors government such as community colleges and government buildings.

The nation’s largest green schools event, with a program that covers every aspect of creating healthy, sustainable schools – from green building and facilities management to developing green curriculum!

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