Over the last decade, Navigating the American Carbon World (NACW) has earned the distinction of being the most important carbon event in North America. It is known for convening the largest groups of thought leaders, innovators, pioneers and policy makers and providing the most comprehensive analyses of pressing issues. As veterans of the conference will attest, NACW is unrivaled for firsthand information, networking and innovative discussions.
In its ninth consecutive run, NACW 2011 will be the year’s most valuable carbon event. Just a few of the reasons to attend include:
Listen to California government leaders and regulators discuss the state’s landmark climate change and energy bill, AB 32, after a new governor has taken office and the state reacts to Prop 23, the dirty energy proposition
Discuss the status of WCI and development of its cap-and-trade program
Get the most up-to-date information on offset credit supply and trends and discuss the future of forestry and agriculture offset project types
Meet up with colleagues and make new contacts at the year’s best networking event
Attendees will hear and discuss fresh perspectives and ideas on these topics and others facing the carbon world. Because NACW is organized by two long-time carbon participants, the Climate Action Reserve and Point Carbon, the conference is guaranteed to present the most relevant topics and speakers.
NACW 2011 will take place April 13-15 at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel. For more information on the event and to register, please visit www.nacw2011.org.