Hilton Foundation’s state-of-the-art Agoura Hills campus is designed to be net zero energy. The project exceeds LEED Platinum and is a great real-world example of the latest sustainable building features, including a natural ventilation system (passive cooling), automated window shades, green roof, solar panels, and rainwater recycling. It excels past the idea of being green, with the use of integrating all these systems into one whole. The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Headqua
GBCSC Members attended Mayor Garcetti’s launch event showcasing Sustainability Tools, the City’s new data tools that will track our progress toward achieving local water and energy efficiency goals outlined in the Mayor’s Sustainable City PLAn.
August 16th, 2018 | Los Angeles, CA 9am-6pm The 9th Annual Women in Green Forum will convene pioneers in the environmental movement, drawing an international audience of sustainability experts including academic researchers, CSR executives, energy analysts, and technology developers. Join us in Los Angeles to connect one-on-one with the world's leading environmental trailblazers. Register
THE LEADING CONFERENCE ON THE FUTURE OF ENERGY This year the event explore how frontier technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Edge Computing, and Blockchain will impact the sector and how market leaders are innovating core systems at the edge of the grid. In addition, the summit will examine the energy customer of tomorrow and how new innovative business models are quickly emerging. Join us as we bring together the most forward-thinking and prominent members of the en
More nimble than their national counterparts, subnational actors - cities, states, businesses, universities, NGOs - are leading the way in the fight against climate change. Among these actors, California has consistently been a recognized subnational leader in the United States and internationally, both before the planned US exit from the Paris agreement and even more so since. At the city level, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has positioned the city to lead from the front,
When seeking investors, it’s not enough to have invented a "better mousetrap.” You also need to tell your story properly. This workshop will teach you how. Specifically, you’ll learn to organize your facts, define the problem your product or service solves, and most importantly, explain how an investment in your business will provide the returns an investor requires. At the end of this workshop you’ll be able to Recognize a good pitch (and a bad one) Understand the components