Its time for another PopCity Live. I attended the first of the PopCity Live series and was really impressed. Every month or so, the folks from PopCity Media put together a group of local of experts on a particular topic for a panel discussion and questions from the audience. This is a great chance to learn about some really interesting people and things in Pittsburgh. The events are FREE and are followed by a free reception with some tasty treats. I can say this is one of the best events I attended last year. Please rsvp ahead of time (just send an email to email@example.com) so they can have a name tag ready for you when you arrive.
I think this panel on Green Jobs is going to be really interesting. Pittsburgh has a great opportunity to be a green city, and there are already a lot of people working on that now. I have had the opportunity to get to know Nathaniel Doyno in the past few years and I know he has been doing some really great things with Steel City Bio Fuels. The other panelists look very interesting too.
Labor = Green!
March 12, 2008 at 6:30 pm
@ the New Hazlett Theater
Good jobs, Green jobs. Want to know more?
The Blue-Green Alliance, a strategic partnership of the Sierra Club and United Steelworkers, envisions a nationwide green economic renaissance, with revitalized manufacturing, green building, safer chemical usage and global warming solutions that will grow this new job sector. And cityLIVE! kicks off the national green jobs conference (first of its kind, to be held in Pittsburgh on March 13–14) with a dialogue sharing the best thinking about the link between economic opportunities and environmental situations.
Speakers include Donele Wilkins, Executive Director, Detroiters for Environmental Justice; Dave Foster Executive Director of the Blue-Green Alliance; and Rich Overmeyer, a Principal of GSP Consulting. Discussion will be moderated by Nathaniel Doyno, President of Steel City Biofuels.