Developments in Green Technology make it practical, advantageous and critical for businesses of all sizes to adopt products, services and practices to increase energy efficiency and reduce costs, reduce emissions, implement sustainability and carbon neutral practices, trade carbon credits, and achieve many other business benefits. PLI's path-breaking Green Technology Law and Business 2010: Legislation, Financing, Carbon Trading and Sustainability program will provide you with the updates you need to stay current with developments in the U.S. and abroad.
Join Steve Demby, of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, along with a faculty of leading legal, government and business experts and gain insights on how to manage the challenges - and the advantages — of new opportunities in Green Technology. Among the topics to be discussed:
- The direct and indirect business opportunities presented by the energy aspects of the Stimulus legislation
- Critical legislative developments, proposals and policy trends; including cap and trade
- The changing financing landscape for investing, and new strategies for raising debt and equity
- How to make a company “sustainable”
- Special issues for start-up companies and due diligence issues for their investors
- Carbon credit trading under the U.S. and Kyoto regimes: What companies need to know
- Industrial Green Technology developments, including "cradle to loading dock" and "cradle to cradle" manufacturing
To register online, click on your preferred location below:
February 5, 2010, New York City
February 22, 2010, San Francisco
Can’t travel or get away from the office? Join the Live Webcast from the convenience of your own computer, and retain access for one year.
February 22, 2010, Live Webcast