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Greenbuild International Conference + Expo Announces 2022 Keynote Lineup

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Greenbuild International Conference + Expo Announces 2022 Full Keynote  Lineup

 

The U.S. Green Building Council  (USGBC) and Informa Connect, a division of Informa plc, recently announced the list of keynote speakers for the  Greenbuild International Conference + Expo  2022. They include Jane Fonda and leaders in the fields of climate change, the environment, social issues, and governance, as well as top representatives from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) (ESG).

The conference this year will be held November 1-3 in San Francisco at the Moscone Center, which has received LEED Platinum certification from the USGBC for its energy and environmental design. Press and business professionals can now register.

With a wider variety of events, experiences, and speakers, Greenbuild is broadening the definition of what it means to build green as it celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.

Local keynote speakers will include:

• On November 2, Jane Fonda, a two-time Oscar-winning performer and steadfast supporter of environmental protection, will speak.

• On Tuesday, November 1, the USGBC's president and CEO, Peter Templeton, gave the introductory remarks before Dr. Jean Rogers, senior managing director and worldwide head of ESG at the private investment firm Blackstone Inc.

• On November 3, an exclusive federal agency discussion with the EPA and the DOT will take place.

• On November 3, Deanna Van Buren, co-founder and executive director of Designing Justice + Designing Spaces spoke.

• Sherida Sessa, brand director for Greenbuild, said, "We are so thrilled to be gathering again in person in San Francisco this year.

"These keynote speakers are covering everything from advocacy and climate to ESG and sustainable business, allowing Greenbuild guests to make the most of their time at the event with timely, relevant talks they can apply to their personal and professional life," says the event's website.

Along with more than 200 exhibitors, the Greenbuild keynote program is supported by a variety of carefully planned networking occasions, educational seminars, and special activities.

Click here for additional details and to sign up for Greenbuild.

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