Last Chance: Join Us 2/16 At SIEF For Cameron Sinclair

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We’re pretty excited about this week—mostly because we’re headed down to (hopefully) sunny Southern California for what has become one of our favorite events: Sustainable Industries Economic Forum. This year’s series has featured the dynamic and fiery Cameron Sinclair, CEO (that’s Chief Eternal Optimist, mind you) and Co-Founder of Architecture For Humanity and Winner of the 2006 TED Prize. He’s back for the final chapter in Santa Monica this Wednesday and we can say with confidence that if you’re in the area, you do NOT want to miss it!

We’ve heard Cameron three times already and we can’t wait for the fourth. Not just because we greatly respect his mission to find architectural solutions to humanitarian crisis and bring professional design services to communities in need; but also because his honest, frank dialogue about what really matters in the world of sustainable efforts, how to start doing rather than just talking, and why partnerships and collaboration are just as important as energy efficiency is refreshing, entertaining and always the epitome of “keepin’ it real.”

So if you’re in the Los Angeles area or know someone who is—and needs to go!—here are the details. There are still a few seats available—though it’s first come, first serve.

Sustainable Industries Economic Forum Santa Monica
Keynote: Cameron Sinclair, CEO, Architecture For Humanity
Date: February 16, 2011
Time: 8:30a-11:30a
Location: Sheraton Delfina Hotel, Santa Monica
Cost: $75 ea./$975 per table of 10
Register: http://www.sustainableforums.com/registration/

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