CleanTech Los Angeles is dedicated to establish Los Angeles
as the global leader in research, commercialization, and deployment of clean technologies
LA is a bustling, massive industrial hub where labor, business and government efforts are working together to make the city’s industries sustainable as well. With access to the ports, a strong, skilled workforce, a robust university presence, and industry groups such as CleanTech Los Angeles, the city is primed for growth in the cleantech sector.
The port of Los Angeles is living up to its Clean Air Action Plan commitment with up to 50% less diesel particulate matter (DPM) in Wilmington from 2006. Cleaner equipment, the Clean Truck Program and state air quality regulations have been a major part of the port’s success.
According to the Sierra Club Angeles Chapter’s Water Conservation Measures Scorecard, Los Angeles ranked highest amongst Los Angeles and Orange County cities, saving more than 75 billion gallons-over one-third of the city’s annual usage.
The world is in transition and is offering possibly the biggest economic opportunity of the 21st century. The question is: Can we grab it?
CleanTech LA members are leaders in the technology and business community that are developing next generation solutions to environmental challenges.
"Green is like a tidal wave about to take the entire world by storm, but it isn't quite here yet. We'd like to be riding the top of that wave when it crests over the shores of Los Angeles."
-Josh Bigelow, President, Syncromatics, Inc.
"CleanTech LA will help to establish the City of Los Angeles as a global leader in developing clean technologies that will simultaneously stimulate the economy with green jobs and protect our environment for future generations."
- Enrique Zaldivar, Director, Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation
"By becoming a sponsor we hope to bring awareness to energy efficiency and demand response and build networks with local businesses, entrepreneurs, universities, and investors."
-Robyn Zander, Manager, TRIO Program, Southern California Edison
California Higher Education Sustainability Conference
Sunday, June 23, 2013
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Science, Democracy, and Community Decisions on Fracking
Thursday, July 25, 2013
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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