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Join USGBC at ACCO's Climate Strategies Forum

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The Climate Strategies Forum on May 12-14 in Washington, D.C. provides education and training aligned with the Core Competences for Climate Change Professionals, which will serve as the foundation for the CCO CertificationTM to be launched in 2014-2015. USGBC's Vice President of Research, Chris Pyke will be a plenary speaker on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Trends, and Anisa Baldwin, USGBC's School District Sustainability Manager, and Ryan Snow, Community Developer, will be bootcamp instructors for the LEED Core Concepts session. We hope you'll join the USGBC team for this session and the plenary. 

The full forum program features 16 climate-related bootcamps: the bootcamps are technical, deep-dive programs taking place in half-day sessions. Attendees will bank foundational or continuing education credits for the CCO CertificationTM. Additionally, the Forum includes plenary sessions, CCO Roundtable discussions, working group meetings and networking events.

The latest program information and schedule are posted at the Climate Strategies Forum.




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