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Green:Net by Earth2Tech
Tuesday, March 24, 2009 from 7:30 AM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
** Registration is closed. We are SOLD OUT! **
Be sure to read Earth2Tech on March 24th for live blogging coverage.
Green:Net is a one-day conference examining how the tools created in the Internet, computing and IT revolutions will be crucial for fighting climate change.
Learn how software, the web and communication networks will help companies shape the future of our electrical system, deliver transportation infrastructure, create social movements and help both companies and regular folks reduce carbon emissions. Chips and broadband delivered the personal computing and Internet booms — now see how those technologies will help save the planet.
Whether you’re in a corporation looking to learn about best Green IT practices or you’re an entrepreneur looking for your next venture, Green:Net in San Francisco is a must-attend event that will allow you to take away the best ideas, contacts and thinkers in this space.
More details are available on the Green:Net website - www.GreenNetConf.com
Come see our editor's pick of 10 early-stage startups that are using infotech to flight climate change
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If you have further inquiries, please contact us using the appropriate email address below. We look forward to hearing from you.
The threat of global warming has inspired a new wave of entrepreneurs and innovators to develop technologies that could save our planet. Earth2Tech.com is a news-based web site that covers cutting-edge clean technology startups and their innovations, be they based on solar, biofuels, wind, energy efficiency, green IT, water or other resources. Earth2Tech keeps all members of the ecosystem—from entrepreneurs and investors to students, researchers and policymakers—informed.
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