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Invite: WRSC Demo on Energy/Water Sustainability, Sept 2010

From: Catherine B.
Sent on: Wednesday, August 4, 2010 9:53 AM
Please join us next month. . .

It's been one year since our World Resources Simulation Center (WRSC)
Prototype and we hope you've followed the project development at  

Our next step in creating this immersive visualization space comes in
September 2010.  We are hosting a month-long study on "Energy and Water
in Southern California: Moving to Sustainability"­

Our ideal host/venue is the New School of Architecture & Design, and
co-hosts include the San Diego State Univ. VizLab, SDSU Geography Dept.
and CA Center for Sustainable Energy.   

We invite you to join us -- this time we'll to go deeper into the
energy/water crisis and provide actionable strategies for the business
community and policy-makers.   For those thinking globally: Sept. 7-10,
if working nationally or in California: Sept. 13-17, and the Southern CA
focus: Sept. 20-24.  We invite everyone back the final week: Sept. 27-29
to help prioritize best options on these pressing challenges.

Bring your laptop and best work -- as our goal is to
visualize solutions, and gain consensus towards quicker action. 

You can Register today . . .call with any questions! [masked]

In Partnership
Peter Meisen­
[address removed]

The Global Energy Network Institute focuses on the interconnection of 
electric power networks between nations and continents, with an emphasis
on tapping abundant renewable energy resources.  This strategy is the
highest priority of the World Game simulation developed by Dr.
Buckminster Fuller three decades ago. Linking renewables between nations
will mollify conflicts, grow economies and increase the quality of life
and health for all.
TEL:[masked]  http://www.geni.o...­

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