Registration in CLOSED. You may take advantage of Walk-in registration on February 23rd at the Palm Beach County Convention Center for a fee of $30. Please bring a PHOTO ID with a West Palm Beach address in order to be eligible for this fee. To see Exhibit and Program Hours please click on the Program Schedule link in the left column. Thank you.
This event is being made CARBON NEUTRAL by sponsorship from:
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Saturday, Feb. 23
1 LU/HSW Credit Approved for the following program:
10:00-11:30 – Building Sustainability (Be Green, Save Green & Energy Down, Margin UP)
1.0 AIA LU Credit and 1 CEC for Certified Floodplain Managers Now Approved for the following program:
1:00-2:00 – John Englander, Keynote Speaker, Sea Level Rise: Truths and Myths
e4 Sustainability Summit and Green Schools National Conference attendees can take advantage of a great opportunity to attend the South Florida Science Museum for FREE on Sunday, February 24. Just show your badge at the door.
Enjoy their new exhibit Science on a Sphere along with their other exhibits.Developed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA), Science on a Sphere (SOS) is a six-foot suspended globe displaying animated images of atmospheric storms, climate change, ocean temperature, animal migration patterns and more.Imagine watching the nine-month trek of a juvenile loggerhead sea turtle as it swims from its release site. Viewers can watch 500 years of changing climate or travel back to the time when the Earth’s continents were one large land mass. They can see the sun erupting in spectacular solar storms.
Attend our GREEN programs on that Saturday and receive conservation kits worth up to $50!
You could also win a FREE 55-gallon Rain Barrel when you attend any of our SAVE Water programs!
The Green Schools National Network (GSNN) advances the national green and healthy schools movement by connecting like-minded and passionate education, non-profit, corporate and public sector individuals and organizations.
The City of West Palm is committed to the notion that sustainability is a challenge which must be addressed at the grassroots level. Consistent with this belief, the City arranged its first e4 Sustainability Summit in the winter of 2009, and is still going strong today. Heading into our 5th Annual Summit, we are committed to unite local residents, students, businesses and government in the community to become a carbon neutral city and in turn ensure the vitality of our community. The four E’s in the title of the summit represent the interconnected elements of sustainability: the environment, economics, equity and energy.