Pacific Green Cities Transportation Conference (Los Angeles)
"Connecting Los Angeles to Asia: Opportunities for Sustainable Mobility"
Exploring sustainable transportation ideas, policies, and technologies from California's largest metropolises to the other side of the Pacific, these conferences seek to promote long-term collaboration between the U.S. and Asia on sustainable growth by bringing together specialists from the fields of research, technology, architecture, business, urban planning, and policy.
The San Francisco conference (October 24) will focus on the importance of transit on urban livability and its impact on cities' economic competitiveness, as well as on innovative sustainable transportation technologies and systems in North America and Asia.
The Los Angeles (October 26) conference will explore how sustainable mobility can help L.A. recreate itself as a vibrant, green metropolis and focus on best practices, cultural differences, and how North America and Asia can work together to solve collective problems. The L.A. conference is being presented in conjunction with ULI's Fall Meeting.
AIA SD learning units (3) available!
AICP CM credits (3.75) approved!
Organizing Partners: ULI, Bay Area Council, AIA SF
Sponsors: Arup, Cisco, Gale International, Incheon Free Economic Zone, KPMG, PG&E, POSCO E&C, SongdoIBD, and Southern California Edison Co.
Media Sponsor: San Francisco Business Times
China-US Energy Efficiency Alliance
Center for Climate Strategies
Center for Resource Solutions
Clean Fleet Report
Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation (iCET)
Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP)
Monterey Institute of International Studies
San Jose State University Planning Divison
San Jose State University Urban Planning Coalition
Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
StanfordSustainable Pacific Rim Cities
USF Center for the Pacific Rim
USF Department of Environmental Science
USF Japan Policy Research Institute
PCSI Founding Partners: Asia Society Northern California, Asia Society Southern California, the Association of Pacific Rim Universities, the UCLA Anderson School of Management, and USC's Marshall Center for International Business Education and Research.
For complete information, and to register, please visit: www.pcsisustainability.org
Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA