ALEXANDRIA, Va., Sept. 22, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- GOVgreen 2011 released its conference brochure yesterday. With complete program and exhibitor listing, the eBrochure has all you need to select your course schedule and plan your exhibit floor visit to the Washington, DC Convention Center on November 30-December 1st.
"GOVgreen 2011 is a one-stop source for government stakeholders looking for practical information to green government programs and meet mandates to conserve, reduce and recycle resources," says Ann Seltz, president of the Center for Environmental Innovation and Leadership, sponsor of GOVgreen. "Our exhibitors are companies experienced in providing green solutions to the government and our educational sessions are designed specifically for federal employees, contractors and consultants. Best of all, GOVgreen is free to government and military and the exhibit floor is free to all."
The second annual GOVgreen Conference and Exposition brings government and business together to learn how to transform green government policies into actionable plans. Through 25 conference sessions, four lunch-and-learn roundtables and exhibitor technical presentations, attendees get practical information on how to implement and manage green programs and identify and purchase sustainable products and solutions.
The show floor will include 180 exhibits of green products and services organized into the key focus areas: facilities, energy, conservation and transportation. Open from 10 am - 4 pm each day, the floor is jam-packed with activities including:
- Two plenary sessions titled Greening the Private Sector, and Adapting to Climate Change: Governing in an Era of Uncertainty.
- Four Lunch-and-Learn roundtable discussions
- Ride-and-Drive with eVehicles
- CEIL Awards Ceremony
- Extreme Green—new products pavilion
- Exhibitor technical presentations
Education sessions qualify for learning credits from AIA and USGBC and individual sessions focus on Energy/Climate; Water/Wastewater; Facilities/Infrastructure; Transportation/Fuels and Behavior/Culture within four tracks:
- Procurement, Contracting and Financing
- Measuring, Tracking and Reporting
- Policies, Planning and Implementation
- Workplace and Workforce
About CEIL's GOVgreen
GOVgreen Conference and Exposition (November 30 – December 1, 2011, Washington Convention Center) is the one event where government stakeholders connect to learn how to transform green policies into actionable plans and programs in order to achieve the interrelated goals of sustainability in energy, water/wastewater, facilities and transportation. Tracks for 2011 are Procurement, Contracting and Financing; Workplace and Workforce; Policies, Planning and Implementation and Measuring, Tracking and Reporting. GOVgreen's conference program is open to all and free to government and military professionals. The exhibit floor is free to all.
The Center for Environmental Innovation and Leadership (CEIL) is an independent organization designed to facilitate information and education exchange among government stakeholders charged with identifying, specifying, and buying green goods and services and with the vendors, contractors, and consultants that provide green goods and services. CEIL provides an interactive environment for government and industry professionals engaged in green activities that includes educational events, website, podcasts, webcasts, news and a social media. CEIL is the sponsor of GOVgreen Conference and Exposition. Learn more about CEIL at www.CEILeadership.org.
Contact: Ann Seltz, President
Center for Environmental Innovation and Leadership
SOURCE Center for Environmental Innovation and Leadership (CEIL)