Friday, December 4, 2009

Attend this NJ green building conference without leaving the office

You suspect there may be valuable things to see and learn at the Jan. 12-14 New Jersey Builders Association's Green Build Event and Expo but you don't know how you'd possibly find that time and to travel to and tour the event.

Fortunately, you won't need to. The only travel involved is the distance to your computer and you can budget the time whenever you find some. That's because this three-day event, featuring educational tracks, an exhibit hall, and keynote presentations is all online.

Yes, it's a 'virtual trade show' you can attend via your computer. No travel, parking, lines, or aggressive salespeople. You can cruise this one in your pajamas if you like (no one will know).

Still, event promoters promise you'll gain access to:

"leading experts in residential construction, commercial and industrial development, remodeling and redevelopment, governmental policy, and marketing who will present informative and educational seminars throughout the three-day conference" PLUS...

"...a virtual exhibit hall will feature the latest products and services pertaining to green building, so that all participants can maximize their investment of time and resources,"
For more, visit our Enviro-Events Calendar, where you'll also learn about other New Jersey and Pennsylvania environmental events, like these:

December 8
Site Remediation Reform Act and LSRP Program:
A Revolutionary New Way of Doing Business in New Jersey 8:30 to 4:30, Newark, NJ. This one-day program is designed to familiarize practitioners and those associated with site remediation with the Site Remediation Reform Act and the new way of doing remedial business in the Garden State. The newly adopted regulations will be discussed in depth by the NJDEP officials who developed the rules. Presented by NJDEP, Rutgers University Office of Continuing Professional Education, and the Licensed Site Remediation Professional Association Information & Registration

December 8
The Economy and Government Policy: What's in Store for New Jersey?
7:45 a.m. - 2 p.m., Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel, Route 1 South, Iselin, NJ. The New Jersey Business and Industry Association (NJBIA) has convened many of the State's top political and business leaders for a day of lively discussion about the many challenges facing New Jersey today and in the future. Invited keynote speakers include Governor Jon Corzine and US Senator Robert Menendez. Network with many of New Jersey's most influential business executives. Top legislative leaders, seasoned political observers and experts on the economy will tell you what to expect in 2010. At this networking event of the year, hear from: Governor Jon Corzine, US Senator Robert Menendez, NJ’s top legislative leaders, political experts on the recent elections and experts on the economy. Cost: $175 per person for NJBIA members and $250 for nonmembers (includes breakfast and lunch). Register online now or for more information, contact Katie Wittkamp at 609-393-7707, ext. 239. To become a sponsor, contact Sherry Esteves at 609-393-7707, ext. 219.

December 17
Free Penn State Marcellus Shale Webinar: Legislation and Litigation: A Year in Review
1 p.m. Presenter: Ross Pifer, director of the Agricultural Law Resource and Reference Center, Penn State Dickinson School of Law. Information about how to register for the free webinars is available online. Online participants will have the opportunity to ask the speaker questions during the webinar. For more information, visit Penn State's Natural Gas Impacts webpage or contact Joann Kowalski, extension educator in Susquehanna County, at 570- 278-1158 or by sending email to:

December 19
Winter Waterfowl and Birds of Prey
9 a.m. to noon, rain or shine, Duke Farms, Hillsborough, NJ. The lakes, fields, and forests of Duke Farms attract a host of ducks, geese, hawks and even eagles. This birding experience is designed for beginning and intermediate birders. No bird-watching experience is necessary. Led by naturalists from New Jersey Audubon, this tour of Duke Farms will focus on the ways to identify these seasonal visitors to central New Jersey. Cost: $15 per person. Space is limited and advance registration is required at or by calling (908) 722-3700. Duke Farms is located at 80 Route 206 South in Hillsborough, approximately 2 miles south of the Somerville traffic circle, enter via Dukes Parkway East.

These are just a few of the many great seminars, forums and other educational and networking opportunities on our
Envio-Events Calendar.
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