2013 Good Jobs Green Jobs Conference

by dorit on March 21, 2013

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The 2013 Good Jobs, Green Jobs Conference will be taking place April 16-18 at the Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C. and we’ve got some great speakers lined up for plenary sessions so far! Combine that with dozens of informative workshops, the incredible pre-Conference events — like the kick-off plenary and the event hosted by Americans for Transit — along with everything else on our agenda, and you’ve got one exciting event.

Register today for the 2013 Good Jobs, Green Jobs Conference.

From elected officials to leaders in the labor and environmental movements to non-profit trailblazers, we’ve got some wonderful confirmed keynote speakers, panel moderators and panelists. We’ve already announced some of our speakers, but today we’re announcing more, including: Senator Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island; Governor Peter Shumlin of Vermont; California State Senator Fran Pavley; Georgia State Representative Stacey Abrams; Mike Fishman, Executive Vice President, SEIU; Denise Fairchild, President, Emerald Cities Collaborative; Scott Paul, President, Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM); and a 2013 Goldman Prize Winner (to be announced).

Stay tuned for more announcements confirming speakers as the Conference gets closer. Don’t wait another day! Register now for Good Jobs, Green Jobs now.

Join the thousands of business, environmental, labor, civic, non-profit and elected leaders at Good Jobs, Green Jobs 2013 who will all be working collectively to address the threat of climate change, while creating good, family-supporting jobs. America is ready for a clean economy. Will you help us achieve it?

Sign up now for Good Jobs, Green Jobs and save money by booking your hotel room through us.
I look forward to seeing you there!
Sincerely,
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Sam Sewell
Conference Director
P.S. Join the conversation now on Twitter by following us at @gjgjconference and using the hashtags #gjgj2013 and #goodgreenjobs. Send a Tweet about announcing your intention to come to Good Jobs, Green Jobs.

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