Smart, Sustainable, Livable Communities: Plans, Projects and Key Market Drivers

April 12, 2011
2:00 pm ET | 11:00 am PT
Duration: 60 minutes

Gain insights on the green government market!


GOVERNING is hosting a free webinar about the specific plans and projects underway across the states and localities.  You will learn about opportunities in: 

  • Green Fleets
  • Green Purchasing
  • Energy efficiency
  • Commercial recycling efforts
  • Economic development and job creation
  • Transportation
  • Water Planning and Water Efficiency

Don’t miss the critical conversation that is happening throughout the nation.

  • 80% of voters nationwide agree that sustainable communities are an important part of rebuilding the national economy.*
  • 84% of Americans believe that our country is too dependent on oil.*
  • 75% of Americans agree that infrastructure spending on roads, trains and buses creates jobs and helps the economy get stronger.*

*Source: Building for the 21st Century: American support for sustainable communities, a national opinion survey


Dan Gilmartin, Executive Director & CEO, Michigan League of Municipalities


Yvonne Hunter, Program Director, Climate Change Program, Institute for Local Government


Bob Graves, Senior Fellow, Sustainability Advisor, GOVERNING Institute 


Marina Leight, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, GOVERNING


Please fill out the registration form below.  You will be contacted via email with information on how to join us for the webinar. 

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WARNING: Each individual registration requires a unique email address. Entering multiple registrations with the same email will result in previous registrations being lost.



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Questions? Need help registering? Contact us:

Anthony Yanez
800-940-6039 ext 1348