San Diego Green Economy Message Board › New upcoming meetup: Trip to China Orientation Meeting on October 18th, join us!
San Diego, CA
Join us for a nine-day excursion
through some of China’s most exciting cities!
The U.S. Green Chamber is hosting a trip to China this upcoming spring, April 8- 16, 2013. All of the travel headaches have already been taken care of, all you have to do is pack your bags! The informational meeting regarding itinerary, cost, and other logistics will be held Wednesday, October 18th from 6:00pm to 8:00 pm at the Procopio Attorneys Office, San Diego, CA.
Whether you’re new to travel and want to start your passport off with a bang, a seasoned traveler that has yet to see all that China has to offer or a business professional that is looking to expand into the global green market, USGCC’s carefully chosen itinerary will show you the beautiful, educational and enriching sites and offerings of China.
Join the U.S. Green Chamber at the Procopio Attorneys Office, San Diego, CA, as we deliver an amazing visual presentation of our upcoming trip to China!
Location: Procopio Attorneys Office, 12544 High Bluff Drive, Suite 300, San Diego, CA
Date: Thursday, October 18, 2012 from 6 to 8pm
Pre-register here and the event is FREE! Or entry will be $10 at the door.
Our guest will be Nature and Culture International:
Nature and Culture International is a 501c3 non-profit conservation organization headquartered in San Diego with a strong on-the-ground presence in Latin America.
We work to conserve rainforests and other endangered habitats that contain high levels of biodiversity by partnering with local governments, communities and indigenous groups, and by building local capacities. We work to promote a change strategy in which: on-the-ground action protects key ecosystems; local and regional governments adopt conservation policies; impoverished communities establish sustainable income generating activities; and ecological ethics enter the culture -- making nature’s permanence possible.
In our 15 year history we have saved more than 8.7 million acres for conservation. More info here!