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Green Chamber of The South and Gwinnett Chamber “Financing Green”

November 30, 2009

 

 

BuGS Series – Financing Green
Learn about opportunities to green your business operations, grow business and profit in our Business Growth and Sustainability Series with the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce. This is the fourth meeting this year and will focus on opportunities for financing green initiatives, from small businesses and projects to very large ones.
This meeting will feature:
Michael Blake – Habif Arogeti and Wynne
Chuck Thorp – Energy Finance
Lisa Robinson – Georgia Green Loans
Moderator: Woodrow Cannon – Clean Energy Capital Partners
and is sponsored by Morris Manning and Martin LLP.

Financing Green:  Looking to start a small sustainable project? Doing and energy retrofit? Looking to fund the next clean tech innovation? Green company? Interested in learning what the funding options are in today’s economy?

Date: Tuesday, December 8, 2009, 11:30am -1:30pm
Location: Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce
For details and to register CLICK HERE

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The Green Chamber of The South and Green In Gwinnett Area Presents: The Alternative Office Party

November 30, 2009

Green In Gwinnett Area

 

Presents:

The “Alternative Office Party”

Come celebrate your holiday with other green and sustainable businesses

Live Music

Eat, drink and be merry!

Where: Tree Sound Studios

4610 Peachtree Industrial Blvd Norcross GA 30071

When: December 10, 7: 00 – 10:00 pm

Cost: $35.00 *Members

$50.00 Non-Members

Go to: www.greencs.org/party to register

The cost will be $10.00 more for registration at the door

Sponsored by:

Green In Gwinnett Area & The Green Chamber of The South

September 5, 2009

Green Chamber

Please take some time to learn about Green In Gwinnett Area’s partner “The Green Chamber of The South“:

Whether you are aiming to reduce your environmental footprint, strengthen your relationship with consumers, streamline your operating costs, or gain market share. Developing a sustainable business strategy makes good business sense not just to a company’s bottom line, but also to employees, partners and the community.

The Green Chamber of the South is a place where you can meet others who share your interests, do business, profit and gain the satisfaction of supporting efforts to promote the growth of sustainable economies in the Southeast.

About The Green Chamber of The South:

Founded in 2008 in Atlanta, Georgia, the Green Chamber of the South supports the growth and success of sustainability in businesses and encourages innovation and adoption of clean technology. We are a non-profit organization.

The Green Chamber of Commerce facilitates connections and collaboration between companies, government, NGOs and the community, supporting the growth of green companies. Our vision facilitates the success and growth of green businesses and establishes a hub for green commerce in the Southeast.

Our members comprise businesses and organizations in the Southeast.  They are engaged in diverse industries including energy, education, manufacturing, government, trade, communications and marketing.

Business leaders recognize the rapid growth of the Southeast green business movement and their long-term growth opportunities are tied with the region’s environmental challenges.  Some of the key issues facing businesses today revolve around water scarcity, transportation, and energy costs.   An increasing number of businesses understand meeting growing environmental challenges requires adopting new sustainability strategies.  Furthermore, a growing number of businesses require partners and vendors to engage in the sustainability process and develop their own green initiatives.

Please visit their website at: www.greencs.org

Sincerely,

James Chronicle (Executive Director) GIGA


Green In Gwinnett Area and Oil Advertisements…

April 7, 2009

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We live in Gwinnett County.  Many of us drive downtown to Atlanta for work.  We rely on the oil companies for our fuel. We also watch and listen to advertisements from Exxon, BP, Shell, and other about how they are investing hundreds of billions of dollars into renewable energies.  Is that true?

The Obama administration wants to reduce oil consumption, increase renewable energy supplies and cut carbon dioxide emissions in the most ambitious transformation of energy policy in a generation.

But the world’s oil giants are not convinced that it will work. Even as Washington goes into a frenzy over energy, many of the oil companies are staying on the sidelines, balking at investing in new technologies favored by the president, or even straying from commitments they had already made.

Read more here