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The 2008 Berkeley Sustainability Summit and Green Gathering 

Tue., Nov. 18 2008
510-549-1000

Thursday, Nov. 20
Schedule

4-6pm: Sustainability Summit - Talks and networking
6-8pm: Green Gathering with food, mingling and the Champions of Sustainability Awards Ceremony
Location: Bancroft Hotel, 2680 Bancroft Way, Berkeley (map it)

The Green Gathering V celebrates Berkeley's environmental momentum and green leaders -- with food, drink and good times. The Sustainability Summit is a zippy series of brief talks on local sustainability projects. This year, the Ecology Center and the City of Berkeley's Office of Economic Development are merging these events to bring you the best of both!

The event will feature Josh Kornbluth as our MC. The keynote address will be by Judy Wicks, co-founder of the nationwide Business Alliance for Local Living Economies (BALLE) and Philadelphia small business owner with 25 years of experience in combining community values with business success.

To purchase tickets go to www.ecologycenter.org/ggss

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