Principal, William McDonough + Partners
Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
Advisor to Commissioner Douglas, California Energy Commission
Vice President, Intel Architecture Group, Intel Corporation
Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, The Huffington Post
IBM General Manager, Tivoli Software, Software Group
West Coast Green 2010 proved to be a historic time for thought leaders in sustainability. There was an abundance of collaboration, cooperation and innovation that made it a tremendous success.
7094 amazing change agents that represented the entire spectrum of green innovation
Top Cities in the U.S.
San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, New York, Chicago, Denver, Philadelphia & Las Vegas
Over 126,494,652 media impressions!— An all time record!
What Others Are Saying
"I think this conference was evidence that the green building movement has publicly grown to the next level – that is to say, the role of our being state and who we have to become was mentioned by John Knott, Sarah S, Sym van der Ryn, David Gottfried, and me. I'm sure there were others sharing a similar message. It's not that this perspective has not been shared before, its just that it seemed to come together as a new plateau. I think this level of spirit and deep intention and an awareness of who we have to become has not had this coalescence in any conference I've been to. Leave it to the left coast to get things really moving. It will take a little longer on the East Coast."
- Bill Reed, Integrative Design Collaborative
“West Coast Green was one of the most successful trade shows that we have exhibited at to-date. The audience was educated, top quality, and our leads were solid. A salute to your organization!”
– Alaina Miller, Director, kama Energy Efficient Building Systems
West Coast Green is the world's leading interactive conference on green innovation for the built environment.
As the only event hosting the entire chain of industry professions, West Coast Green sets the agenda for the green economy and drives its success for the coming year. Learn more>>