ANNOUNCING: West Coast Green 2008!

by , 09/05/08

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Later this month Silicon Valley will be opening its doors to West Coast Green, the nation’s premier exposition of sustainable building, business, and design. Taking place from September 25-27th in San Jose, this year’s event will feature more than 380 exhibitors showcasing the latest and greatest in sustainable materials, technology, and practices, as well as an incredible lineup of speakers including Al Gore, David Suzuki, and Sarah Susanka. Inhabitat will be on the scene to bringing you coverage of all the cutting-edge developments – last year’s show-stopper was the unveiling of the Michelle Kaufman’s stunning MKLotus prefab, so we can’t wait to see what’s in store for this year!

This year West Coast Green will be pulling out all the stops and bringing the green building zeitgeist to the San Jose Convention Center for the first time. The conference will focus upon the intersection of green building, innovation, and technology, and will feature emerging products from the clean tech sector including solar, wind, and waste reduction. The three-day event promises to be a momentous occasion for sustainable building and design, and Inhabitat will be bringing you the latest from the floor. We’ll also be running a booth alongside Earth2Tech, so we hope to see you there!

+ West Coast Green

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1 Comment

  1. antkm1 September 8, 2008 at 2:17 pm

    I think you guys at Inhabitat should do a little research as to the NEW showhouse and not just shamelessly pugging the mkLotus House agian! The wonderfull design that Lawrence Group using SG Blocks is stunning and should be featured!

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