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Come to the Women in Green Forum

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Thursday, June 27, 2013
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From Angeles Chapter reports

The 2013 Women in Green Forum seeks to create a venue for sustainability professionals to develpo the skills necessary for professional success, to promote women's leadership across the environmental inudstry, and to provide insightful approaches and innovative ideas to solving today's environmental challenges.

The Sierra Club is an endorsing organization for the event that provides a network and conference series for women in the environmental industry. This year the forum expands to both coasts with events in Los Angeles on Aug. 28 and Washington, D.C. on Sept. 25. The WIGF brings together an international audience of environmental leaders ranging from corporate sustainability officers to academic researchers to technology developers. It also appeals to regulatory agencies involved in developing the policies and legislation which will further the development and propagation of green technologies on our roads, in our homes and at our schools.

Take advantage of a 10% registration discount offered to Sierra Club members by following the instructions below:

Visit the Women in Green registration page by clicking HERE for WIGF West Coast and HERE for WIGF East Coast  When prompted to “ Enter Promotional Code” under the “Ticket Information” section of the registration page, please enter "EndorserSCLA" for your registration discount. We encourage everyone to register as soon as possible. Given the conference has an international reach, it is expected to reach capacity prior to the day of the event.

For more information, go to www.womeningreenforum.com or email info@womeningreenforum.com

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