Sustainability Experts Work to Fill Paris Accord Gaps…and more
WASHINGTON, D.C., USA, November 29, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ — From energy conservation, sustainable architecture, and the transition to a clean energy economy, Leaders in Energy has grown in just four short years to become a renowned multi-discipline, global forum. The organization provides a community where private sector, academic, government, entrepreneurial, and non-government organizations proactively advance meaningful discussions around clean energy, water, waste management, vertical agriculture, green finance and green jobs…all in context of the circular economy and resource sustainability.
Are you interested in connecting with other professionals to further the use of innovative energy technologies, policies, and solutions for a more sustainable energy system and world? if yes, then you've come to the right place! Since our 2013 inception, we've organized over 40 events, built a community of over 2,500 people, and now have members from 103 countries.
Our goals are simple while also being far-reaching: Leaders in Energy fosters a community of green technology and conservation measures that will allow society to provision goods and services in a sustainable and resource-conserving manner.
While our operations are from Metro Washington DC, we've built a US base that spans most major metropolitan areas as seen in this membership chart. We're delighted to report that our monthly events are well attended, often ranging from 80-100 attendees. We see this as a testament to the topics and speakers…plus it underscores our stewardship efforts are being viewed favorably by our members.
Our final event for 2016 is our "Four Generations of Leaders in Clean Energy and Sustainable Solutions" Awards and Holiday Event on Friday, December 2nd in Crystal City, VA. If you're in town, this is one you don't want to miss. See more information here on event registration.
We welcome you to join our Leaders in Energy Community and build a sustainable future.
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