Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 09:01:15 -0800
Reply-To: Dan Blunk <blunk**At_Symbol_Here**UCSC.EDU>
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From: Dan Blunk <blunk**At_Symbol_Here**UCSC.EDU>
Subject: Save This Date - Calif Statewide Sustainability Conference
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The University of California Santa Cruz Chancellor's Sustainability
Action Council is proud to host the 4th annual California statewide
June 19-22, 2005.

The conference will feature two days of conference sessions on a variety
of broad-reaching topics, as well as pre-conference field trips,
post-conference workshops, interactive dialog sessions and discussion
groups, an exhibitor hall, walking tours on the beautiful, wooded UCSC
campus, and an awards banquet celebration.  Participants will come from
University of California, California State University, community college
and private university campuses, government agencies, contractors,
vendors, suppliers, and the general public.  Together we will look at
best practices and new technologies in all aspects of "greening" campus
life, and explore how to meet the challenges of responsible growth with

 Watch this website for program details, registration (starting April
4th), exhibitor and sponsorship information (currently online):



Please send this notice to your campus, company or organization
distribution lists (kindly remove emails if you forward the note).  It
would be appreciated if you would copy susconf**At_Symbol_Here** on your email.



"We did not inherit the earth from our parents; we are merely borrowing
it from our children." - Ancient Proverb



Co-Coordinator, 4th Annual UC Sustainability Conference


Sustainability Advisor, UCSC Student Environmental Center
(  )


831-425-5071, cell 510-459-7169




Dan Blunk  PhD, REA  831.459.3541  blunk**At_Symbol_Here**

Environmental Programs Manager

Environmental Health & Safety Office

University of California Santa Cruz


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