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Mobile workshops are included in the conference registration fee and are available to full conference delegates only.

Stay tuned— more mobile workshops coming soon!

Wednesday, November 7

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Mobile Workshop: LA’s Green Infrastructure and Sustainability Tour

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The infrastructure palette of a 21st Century city must include green infrastructure. From using vegetation to manage stormwater to restoring creeks and urban lakes, green infrastructure helps a city become more resilient to drought, improves the water quality of urban runoff and creates beautiful community spaces. Learn from LA Sanitation and Environment how to foster sustainability and implement green infrastructure as you tour several of LA's growing inventory of green infrastructure projects and other sites including the Recycled Water Facilities and Zero Waste Facilities. You'll also find out how the City benefited from the local ballot initiative Prop O to fund these new projects.

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Silicon Harbor: Creating the U.S.’s Greenest Port while Revitalizing the LA Waterfront

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As the Port of Los Angeles continues to break cargo records, it also continues to reduce emissions as not only the largest but also the greenest U.S. gateway for seaborne trade. Join us as the tour of “America’s Port” explores LA’s massive cargo operations and emerging LA Waterfront visitor destination. Learn how the Port is investing in local communities through both waterfront public access, recreation amenities, and green technology. Current initiatives include a new $150 million commercial development; the 35-acre AltaSea Innovation Campus – west coast base for Titanic discoverer Dr. Bob Ballard; the 30-acre Wilmington Waterfront Park and much more.

Thursday, November 8

8:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Mobile Workshop: Utilizing Partnerships to Create the Hub of Cleantech Innovation

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The Los Angeles Arts District has transformed in recent years from industrial warehouses to a burgeoning urban oasis. Travel to the heart of this creative neighborhood dotted with murals, craft breweries and artisanal coffee shops to the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI) at the La Kretz Innovation Campus. A private non-profit organization, LACI is ensuring an inclusive green economy by unlocking innovation, transforming markets and enhancing the community as it supports startups with the campus’ state of the art equipment, prototyping center, flexible workspaces, and training center.