RESERVE NOW: GREEN BUSINESS FORUM - MONDAY, JUNE 23, WITH AMORY LOVINS

Planning a "day-night" double-header, so you'll have two options:
Lunch or dinner downtown with this renowned sustainability expert,
who heads the Rocky Mountain Institute,
named one of Time's "100 Most Influential People"

WHEN: Monday, June 23, 2014

Luncheon program will run from 11 AM to 1:15 PM

WHERE:

Bernstein Global Wealth Management

800 Connecticut Avenue, NW, 11th Floor,

DC 20006

Metro: Farragut N and W

Parking: In garage in building and elsewhere nearby

REGISTER:

Luncheon

Wharton Club/Princeton Club/ WNG Members / Early Bird: 23/person (Members may bring up to 3 guests at this same per person price for each of you) through 6/20

Non-Members + Members After That Date: 36/person

All amounts include lunch, program, networking
Click here to reserve your place(s)!!!

Evening event will probably be 6:15-8:30 PM. Locations being negotiated. It will either be at a prestigious club or other downtown site, or at any Embassy

Wharton Club/Princeton Club/ WNG Members / Early Bird: 35/person (Members may bring up to 3 guests at this same per person price for each of you) through 6/20

Non-Members + Members After That Date: 49/person

All amounts include food, program, networking; possible cash bar

Click here to reserve your place(s)!!! 

Thanks to Carolyn Johnson for setting up what promises to be a fabulous program!

Meanwhile, here's a brief bio on Amory Lovins:

Physicist Amory B. Lovins—ex-Oxford don, honorary architect, Swedish engineering academician—has written 500 papers and 31 books, taught at ten universities, redesigned numerous buildings, vehicles, and factories, and advised industry for 40+ years in 50+ countries.

A National Petroleum Council member, he advises the Chief of Naval Operations. He received the “Alternative Nobel,” Blue Planet, Volvo, Zayed, Onassis, Nissan, Shingo, and Mitchell Prizes, MacArthur and Ashoka Fellowships, 12 honorary doctorates, and the Heinz, Lindbergh, National Design, and World Technology Awards.

Time named him one of the world’s 100 most influential people; Foreign Policy, one of 100 top global thinkers.