GoGreen Seattle 2015
Individual awareness about climate change is one thing—but what about businesses and government?
If anything, it's just as important for our regional economy as a whole to be conscious, and GoGreen Seattle aims to promote just that, by empowering business decision makers with sustainability strategies. It's the whole system, man.
Featuring a variety of participants, from policy makers like mayor Ed Murray to Puget Sound Bike Share's Holly Houser, this year's conference will allow attendees to collaborate integrating eco-consciousness into local decision making.
GoGreen Seattle 2015 Conference, Thu, Apr 30, Washington State Convention Center, 800 Convention Pl, $195
For Friday (Urgent Notice)
According to the city's press release, a key responsibility of the board will be making recommendations on spending approximately $45 million allocated by last year's Metro funding measure; other responsibilities include advising the city on implementation of the Seattle Transit Master Plan and the operation of Seattle streetcar system. If you're looking to get directly involved in Seattle's rapidly changing transportation policy, now's your chance.
Advance Notice for May 5