Thanks to Jim Kennedy for filling in as host at last weeks LA Green Drinks in Hermosa Beach-
Be sure to catch Leonardo DiCaprio's "The 11th Hour" this month, a feature length documentary concerning the environmental crises caused by human actions and their impact on the planet, opening August 17th. Details in the Announcements.
LA Green Drinks - Silver Lake
Thursday, August 16th, 2007
The Good Luck Bar
1514 Hillhurst Ave
Los Angeles, CA
If anyone wants to bring literature to promote their green issue
please do so-
we will have an area for brochures, business cards, etc.
We will also take back any extra literature back and bring them to the next Green Drinks.
The main thing is just to relax and have a good time.
LA Green Drinks - Culver City is 1st Thursday of every month.
LA Green Drinks - Hermosa Beach is 2nd Thursday of every month.
LA Green Drinks - Silver Lake is 3rd Thursday of every month.
LA Green Drinks - Studio City is 4th Thursday of every month.
LA Green Drinks monthly action we can all take to make a difference-
Every one of us can enact one if not both of the two main forms of composting:
Garden and Food Composting.
Composting keeps the nutrient rich material from filling up the landfill, makes our plants grow healthier, and reduces our dependence on petroleum based fertilizer.
The City of Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation makes it easy with an informative section on the website, selling bins and offering workshops
Compost Bin Sales
Friday, August 10
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
At the Griffith Park Composting Education Facility
(Click Here for Map to Facility) Saturday August 18th
PALISADES CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL (Upper Stadium Parking Lot) 15777 Bowdoin Street Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
Saturday August 18th
PALISADES CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL
(Upper Stadium Parking Lot)
15777 Bowdoin Street
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
Saturday August 18th
Culver West Park,
4162 Wade, Culver City
Saturday, August 25, 2007
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.(Noon)
At the Griffith Park Composting Education Facility
(Click Here for Map to Facility)
Continue to check their calendar for an event near you-
FlexCar Free Sign ups UPDATED PROMO CODE
Flexcar is running a promotion right now that is allowing free signups for our service. This is a wonderful opportunity to experience the latest technology in mobility options.
Follow the steps below to take advantage of the free sign up!
1. Go to www.flexcar.com, click on "Join Now" at the top of any page, and select "Personal" plans.
2. Fill in FREELAX in the "Promo Code" field (box 2).
3. Have them fill in your email address (the same one you use on your Flexcar account) in the "Enter Referrer's Full Name" field (box 17A).
If you have any questions contact Walter King
Walter King General Manager Los Angeles Region firstname.lastname@example.org M: 213.272.1032
Sustainable Works Green Living Workshops
Learn how to live more sustainably through a 6 week evening series of meetings covering:
Water, Energy, Waste, Chemicals, Transportation&Travel, Food&Shopping.
Tuesday Nights, 7:00 - 8:30 pm First class: August 14th Location: Sustainable Works office, 1744 Pearl St. Santa Monica
New Workshop Wednesday Nights, 7:00 - 8:30 pm First class: August 15th Location: Sustainable Works office, 1744 Pearl St. Santa Monica
Suggested Donation for Santa Monica residents $25, all others $50.
Includes training, comprehensive textbook, and sustainable tools
(water saving aerators, compact fluorescent bulb, organic cotton bags, etc.)
Contact Barent Roth in the Residential Greening Program at Sustainable Works to join a crew today- (Workshops will cap at 25 so sign up today!)
Green Business Networking
Providing the owners and decision-makers of socially- and environmentally-consciousness businesses a time and place for connecting, sharing, deal-making and networking.
Tuesday August 14, 2007 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
The Ambrose Hotel
1255 20th Street
Santa Monica, CA 90404
$10 – This covers the space, delicious organic wine, snacks and non-alcoholic drinks.
You're invited to Green Business Networking, serving our city's green business community by providing the owners and decision-makers of socially- and environmentally-consciousness businesses a time and place for connecting, sharing, deal-making and networking.
We meet at Santa Monica's award-winning sustainable hotel Ambrose Hotel - where upscale tranquility meets affordable luxury. http://www.ambrosehotel.com
No need to RSVP - just show up and bring a friend or two. GBN takes place on the second Tuesday of every month.
Co-Hosts: Ferris Kawar - Greenopia, Sarah Shewey - Pink Cloud Events, Jeff Hayes - The Vector Group, Greg Wendt - Enright Premier Wealth Advisors, Inc., Kipp Stroden - Essential Living Foods.
For information on related events, please scroll to the bottom of this email.
The Ambrose requests that we respect their hotel guests, so we'll start wrapping things up around 9pm. If a great conversation is getting started and you're not ready to leave, find a host and they'll suggest somewhere close-by to move on to. The Gaslamp, an excellent dive bar, is just around the corner on Santa Monica Blvd.
We'll provide delicious organic snacks, wine and drinks.
If we can’t read your writing on the sign in sheet, we can’t include you. Please help us include you!
Please pass this announcement on to other business owners and professionals in the green business community.
For further event information please contact us at email@example.com
One public parking lot is located on Arizona just east of the Ambrose Hotel. A second public parking lot is located on 20th one block south of the Ambrose Hotel. Please note hours of operation as there may be restrictions.
Take the #2 Big Blue Bus and get off at 20th http://www.bigbluebus.com/busroutes/map/index.asp?routeid=2
There's room on the Ambrose property for 4 bikes. Please bring you own lock.
"The 11th HOUR" Documentary opening this month
Leonardo DiCaprio's "The 11th Hour" is a feature length documentary concerning the environmental crises caused by human actions and their impact on the planet. "The 11th Hour" documents the cumulative impact of these actions upon the planet's life systems and calls for restorative action through a reshaping of human activity. With the help of over fifty of the world's most prominent thinkers and activists, including reformer Mikhail Gorbachev, physicist Stephen Hawking, and Nobel Prize winner Wangari Maathai, "The 11thHour" documents the grave problems facing the planet's life systems. Global warming, deforestation, mass species extinction, and depletion of the oceans' habitats are all addressed, and their causes rooted in human activity. The combination of these crises call into question the very future not of the planet, but of humanity. However, the most powerful element of "The 11th Hour" is not a portrait of a planet in crisis, but the offering of hope and solutions. Scientists and environmental advocates such as Paul Hawken, Bill McKibben and Ray Anderson paint a portrait for a radically new and exciting future in which humanity seeks not to dominate the earth's life systems, but to mimic them and coexist. "The 11th Hour" calls for a future now within our grasp that is both sustainable and healthier.
Click here to see where "The 11th Hour" is released in LA August, 17th.
Sustainable Building Advisor Program
Second Friday 9-5, Second Saturday 9-3; 9 months starting Oct. 12
Class cost: $1,750 until Aug. 31st, $1,950 Sept. 1
Material Fee: $0.00
Lead Instructor: Blair Seibert
Location: Los Angeles-Bundy Campus
Registration: Thru SMC's website: commed.smc.edu
Specialized training program for architects, engineers, developers, building owners, contractors and other building professionals interested in learning about strategies and tools for implementing sustainable building. Identify and articulate the key practices of sustainable building. Apply LEED™ and other relevant criteria or established guidelines. Analyze the costs and benefits of incorporating sustainable building measures. Work with architects, designers, builders, building operators, and utilities to improve a building's performance. Take advantage of financial incentives and technical assistance offered by governments, utilities and non-profit organizations. Establish sustainable design goals for project development. Assist in the education and training of staff in your facility or firm in sustainable building.
This class will prepare students for the optional NaSBAP exam which offers SBA Certification. Exam fees are not included in the course fee. See http://www.nasbap.org/CSBAexam
The weekend course runs for nine months (first consecutive Friday and Saturday). For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 310-422-2417.
Oct. 5 & 6
Nov. 2 & 3
Dec. 7 & 8
Jan. 4 & 5
Feb. 1 & 2
Mar. 7 & 8
Apr. 4 & 5
May 2 & 3
June 6 & 7
Renewable Energy Fair And WORC Fundraiser
Malibu, CA -Sat., August 18th
Explore a myriad of alternative energy options and enjoy talks and entertainment throughout the day. For further details, visit
Greening Ocean Park Boulevard Online Petition
for a before-after rendering (simplified)
Check the Calendar of events for a workshop near you-
Permaculture Design Certificate Course in the South of France
With Larry Santoyo & Friends
Learn...EcoVillage Design, Natural Building, Sustainable Living & More!
Classes will be taught in English...
September 17th - 30th 2007
2 Weeks of Learning, Food, Accommodations and Local Sightseeing
-All For £350.00 (around $700.00 US)...
Tuition, Meals, Dormitory Accommodations and Transport from local train stations all included..!
(air travel not included)
For More Information: http://earthflow.com/france2007
Join an international group of Artists, Musicians, Designers & EcoBuilders for an unforgettable Permaculture Design Course Experience near Saint Laurent Sous Coiron, in the Ardeche region in the South of France. 1 1/2 hours driving from Lyon and Nimes airports. Enjoy EcoVillage style...Regional Foods, Wine Tasting, Local Crafts Boutique, Spa Treatments, Internet Cafe, Day Excursions; Hiking, River Trips and More!!!
See more info about the Permaculture Design Course Experience at:
Opportunity Green Conference
November 17, 2007
Is Green the new Gold?
Opportunity Green brings together entrepreneurs, executives and investors focused on building profitable, socially conscious and sustainable enterprises. Explore viral marketing, leveraging the power of online networks to facilitate innovation, how to secure funding in the green marketplace... and more....
Objectives of Conference
- Connect and network with entrepreneurs and executives within the sustainable community
- Collaborate in learning how to grow successful & profitable socially conscious enterprises
- Have fun!
What will you learn?
- How do successful socially conscious businesses grow and get initial traction. What viral growth tactics worked?
- Why did some sustainable/socially conscious businesses succeed while others have failed?
- What are the right tools to build and scale your sustainable business?
- What is the future for sustainable/socially conscious business?
We'll highlight insights from unusual suspects — the enthusiasts, visionaries, experts, financiers and the budding leaders of the socially conscious landscape as well as established players who are looking to expand into new and previously unimagined realms.
Join us at Opportunity Green held at UCLA, as together we explore the future of successful sustainable business.
What are you waiting for? Register now!
Permaculture Design Course LAPermaculture, SustainableLA, The Terra Foundation & EarthFlow Design Works Present:
Creating the Conditions for Sustainability to Happen
The 5th Annual Permaculture Design Course
Los Angeles, CA
October 2007- March 2008
One weekend a month for 6 months...
Join us on the first weekends of October 2007 through March 2008 at a variety of venues in and around Los Angeles.
A Certificate Course for:
Homeowners, Business Owners, Land Managers & Design Professionals
This training includes the most inspiring examples of sustainable land use and human ingenuity from around the world.
* Simple Steps Toward a Sustainable Lifestyle
* Natural Building & Property Development
* Adding Beauty & Value to Your Home
* Strategies for Energy Descent & Peak Oil
* Re-Localizing Food Production
* Green Business Strategies
* Finding your Right-Livelihood Career
Join veteran Permaculture Instructors and Internationally Acclaimed Leaders in the Worldwide Sustainability Movement including...
* L. SANTOYO, Director, EarthFlow Design Works
* SCOTT PITTMAN, Director, The Permaculture Institute
* TOBY HEMENWAY, Author, Gaia's Garden: A Guide to Home-Scale Permaculture
* JUDE HOBBS, Director, Cascadia Permaculture
* PLUS local experts and guest speakers...
* $90.00 per day
* $175.00 per weekend
* $950.00 for all six weekends
Materials and other fees may apply. Meals, Lodging & Transportation not included.
MORE about the Design Course Experience
Southern California Clean Vehicle Technology Expo
October 16-17th, 2007 Join over 500 of Southern California's fleet operators, alternative and clean vehicle manufacturers, infrastructure technology providers, funding agencies, and other industry experts as they exchange information on clean vehicle funding, policies and regulations. Hear from the manufacturers directly about their light-, medium- and heavy-duty product offerings for 2007 and beyond.
Exciting raffle prizes will be given away during the Ride & Drive and Round Robin sessions. Don't miss out - Register Today for Early Bird Pricing of $75!
Expo highlights include: Clean Vehicle TRADESHOW, Funding and Partnership WORKSHOPS, NETWORKING Activities, Clean Vehicle RIDE & DRIVE!
Exhibitor and Sponsorships are available. Please email email@example.com or
call (800) 993-0302 for more information.
For more information about the EXPO, please visit www.cleanvehicleexpo.com.
Ontario Convention Center
2000 Convention Center Way
Ontario, CA 91764
The largest presentation ever of electric, hydrogen, natural gas, biodiesel, ethanol and high MPG cars. Also, mass transit, transportation planning, cycling options and more
Ride and Drive Lot for an experience with all technologies
Continuous seminars adn panels discussing and debating alternative fuel technologies, tax credits, transportation solutions and more
Contest for transportation solutions
October 19th and 20th
Santa Monica Air Center
Greenopia is looking for one or two researchers to help us identify and assess green businesses in Los Angeles. We are looking for someone with strong phone and internet research skills and one who is comfortable researching businesses face to face.
Both are part time positions for a 3 week duration. There is a possibility of hiring one person full time to do both.
Pay is $13 per hour with a maximum of 40 hours per week.
* You will research businesses in person and by phone using job aids to gather information quickly about businesses.
* Each person will be assigned a specific territory within the Los Angeles Area and may be asked to pinch hit in other territories.
* You will work with managers and business owners to help them respond to questions.
* Training and some leads will be provided, but we are looking for people who are insightful, resourceful, and can see opportunities or find leads quickly.
* You will gather your information on paper when you’re out in the field and will be required to submit your research results daily to a research coordinator and enter your prospect data nightly into an online database.
This is a temporary position requiring a commitment of an estimated 3 weeks, commencing in August 13 2007. You may be called back for additional work, so flexibility is desired. A one-day paid training session is required.
* Must have solid knowledge of the Los Angeles Area, or at least of an assigned territory.
* Green business experience or involvement with environmentally sustainable organizations or projects.
* Must be personable, good communicator, and able to make a strong first impression.
* Must have excellent analytical ability and be well organized and detail-oriented.
* Must have excellent time management skills.
* Requires computer skills and must be able to quickly and comfortably enter gathered content into online forms on a centralized database.
* Writing skills are a plus (this is a content gathering job).
* Must be able to drive, bike and/or walk the streets as well as work by phone and by Internet.
* *Must have own laptop/computer and Internet access from home. Access to fax machine preferred.
* Must have your own transportation.
Competitive compensation. Reimbursement allowance for parking, tolls, gas, and phone expenses.
To apply: E-mail your resume only to firstname.lastname@example.org No phone calls, please.
20th Century fox is creating a new, Energy Manager, position to take the lead role in meeting our
energy initiatives and carbon neutral goals. This position will be key
in managing our overall environmental strategy with a specific focus on
decreasing impacts on climate change and reducing energy use within our
We place a premium on creativity, an ability to work independently when
necessary but to function as part of a team.
* Manage the FFE Energy Initiative to help reach News Corporation's goal
of becoming carbon neutral.
* Participate in energy steering committee and lead our Energy Change In
Operation (ECO) Team.
* Prepare regular status to management on a regular basis and
communicate plans/status to management.
* Manage our carbon offset portfolio, interfacing with vendors,
consultants, and offset project developers and/or the acquisition of
* Ensure quality and timeliness of energy project deliverables,
especially reports and presentations.
* Support team leaders and manage a wide range of energy efficiency and
climate change mitigation projects.
* Promote and organizing virtual web based seminars and programs to
support our energy initiative.
* Manage FFE Cool Change Website and employee incentives
Responsibilities may eventually include involvement with energy choices
and technologies, green power selection, carbon offsets, and utilization
of clean technologies
* Set energy efficiency goals and oversee tactics to reach those goals.
* Evaluate and respond to suggestions made by employees on how to
improve environmental performance.
* Providing practical regulatory guidance on new and existing federal,
state and district air regulations, and managing programs for their
* Working with staff to provide review of projects ensuring that all
applicable environmental requirements are satisfied.
* Effectively negotiating with federal, state and local environmental
* Analyzing and understanding complex refining or manufacturing
* Recognizing and eliminating activities and/or practices that are not
consistent with the company's environmental policies.
* Strategic thinker as well as detail oriented, organized, and able to
manage multiple tasks simultaneously
* Exceptional written communication skills
* Strong detail orientation, follow-through capabilities and escalation
of key issues
* Strong analytical and problem solving skills
* Good relationship management and negotiation skills ability to build
partnerships and influence others that are not in the direct sphere of
* A passion for the environment,
* Understanding of programs such as Energy Star, LEED certification, and
other standards for leadership
* Formal training or considerable experience with building energy
* Experience with project budgeting and cost tracking preferred;
* Experience preparing written materials for executive review a plus
* Public speaking experience a strong plus
* Marketing/communications/public relations experience as strong plus
* Event planning experience a strong plus
* Experience with Microsoft Powerpoint, Excel and Visio Understanding of
Preferably candidates will have a Bachelor's degree in natural or
applied science and 2 to 4 years of experience in the
PUBLIC INFORMATION COORDINATOR
Sustainable Works is a non-profit, environmental-education organization dedicated to promoting sustainable practices in the urban environment. We administer two programs: our Community Greening Program and the Business Greening Program. Both programs focus on improving human health and quality of life by increasing resource efficiency and encouraging the adoption of sustainable behaviors into our daily practices.
The role of the Public Information Coordinator is to facilitate the flow of information both internally among Sustainable Works staff and externally to the public at large. This position would serve as a liaison to the community, the City of Santa Monica's Environmental Programs Division, and potential program participants and members. Central to this position is the maintenance and improvement of office "systems" that provide a consistent, predictable office structure that supports staff, increases efficiency, and promotes a more professional atmosphere.
Part-time position up to 25 hours/week, occasional additional hours provided for special projects. Must maintain a regular schedule.
See www.sustainableworks.org for more info about the organization.
For more information contact Bertone_genevieve@smc.edu
Submit all resumes electronically to Bertone_genevieve@smc.edu .
Friends of the River - Northern Los Angeles County
Friends of the River, California's statewide river and watershed conservation organization, is seeking a field organizer to implement public outreach and education efforts in support of wilderness and wild rivers protection. The position focus is in northern Los Angeles County, primarily in the politically significant Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys. This position plays a critical role in a coalition campaign to permanently protect the most diverse wild lands and wild rivers in California's magnificent eastern Sierra, Mojave Desert, and San Gabriel Mountains.
This position builds on work already accomplished in the region and will focus on opportunities to move the campaign forward using new and innovative organizing tools to build bipartisan support and provide lasting protection for some of the most important natural areas in the country. The field organizer will help develop and implement strategy, conduct outreach and public education, develop and utilize media contacts, and work closely with affiliated groups in the coalition towards achieving common goals.
1. Build support among elected officials, non-traditional allies, businesses, NGOs, and grassroots volunteers to further the protection of wild places in the eastern Sierra, northern Mojave Desert, and the San Gabriel Mountains.
2. Develop and implement a strategic communications plan, serve as the primary local contact for media, develop spokespersons, and help develop key media messages.
3. Serve as the primary northern Los Angeles County contact for communications with local and federal elected officials, federal agencies, and coalition partners.
4. Recruit and facilitate an active group of local volunteers to support protection efforts, identify and map local wild places proposed for protection, and generate significant grassroots support through petitions and letters.
5. Work closely with coalition members to assist in strategic planning and implementation, including the creation of quarterly and annual strategic plans.
The qualified candidate is an ambitious and motivated self-starter, able to work well alone and with a team, with at least 2-3 years experience in a political and/or community organizing and campaigning, public outreach and education, strategy development and implementation, and media outreach. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and familiarity with basic computer word processing and communication programs are required. Commitment to environmental protection is required and knowledge and experience in public lands protection is desirable.
This is an exempt, at will, full time position with Friends of the River. The candidate will report directly to the Friends of the River Conservation Director.
$30,000-35,000, plus health benefits (HMO), generous sick and vacation time, and an opportunity to participate in an employee retirement program.
Santa Clarita, CA or vicinity.
Send a cover letter and resume to Steven L. Evans, Conservation Director, Email: email@example.com
, Fax: (916) 442-3396, 915 20th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814.
Immediate: All applications reviewed for possible interviews weekly until August 17, 2007.
The California Food and Justice Coalition is a statewide membership coalition of 150 state and community-based organizations that work together to create a socially just and sustainable food systems through advocacy, organizing and education. We promote the basic human right to healthy food while advancing social, agricultural, environmental and economic justice and collaborate with community-based efforts to create a sustainable food supply for the residents of California. CFJC is currently a project of the Community Food Security Coalition.
We are hiring for a 50% time organizer position that we hope to make full time within a few months.
The organizer will work together with CFJC's current organizer to coordinate and carry out the work of the coalition. CFJC staff work closely with the CFSC executive director and the CFJC steering committee. The organizer will be responsible for:
-Coordinating the CFJC steering committee
-Coordinating CFJC outreach and organizing efforts
-Managing communication with statewide members and partners
-Working to implement CFJC strategic plan
-Working with CFJC members and partners to organize events, conferences and trainings as outlined in the strategic plan
-Coordinate advocacy campaigns and organizing efforts on public policy issues as outlined in the strategic plan
-Coordinate new training and technical assistance program as outlined in strategic plan
-Provide support for fundraising, grant writing and reporting activities
-Supervise interns and contractors
-Other responsibilities to be determined
For more information about requirements, location, compensation, and how to apply or receive additional information, Slow Food Los Angeles has posted the complete job description on our website at:
Please note that this is a job with the California Food & Justice Coalition, not Slow Food, so all inquiries and submissions should be directed to them at the address provided in the complete post (see link, above).
Low Impact Living is a rapidly growing start-up that is now the leading player in the online green home-improvement market. (Website: www.lowimpactliving.com) We are looking for someone to be an energetic member of our team who wants to learn and grow with our company. This staff member will work on a variety of sales and marketing projects (to be explained during the interview process). We are looking for someone with a passion for environmental protection, some basic knowledge of environmental terms/business, outstanding written and spoken communication skills, and 2-3 years experience working in a sales, marketing, and/or business-development capacity. Must have a desire to work hard and maintain a healthy sense of humor. Online business experience a major plus. Please send resume and cover letter to Jessica Jensen via Jessica@lowimpactliving.com.
Low Impact Living is a fast-growing startup that brings green home and lifestyle improvement education and referrals to its customers at its website, LowImpactLiving.com. The company is looking for a hard-working, positive marketing intern who wants to help grow the business and learn about the strategy and operations of an online startup. This is a part-time paid internship. Please submit resume and cover letter to Jessica Jensen (Jessica@lowimpactliving.com).
WEB DEVELOPMENT PRODUCER/PROJECT MANAGER Conscious Enlightenment publishing, parent company of Whole Life Times magazine in LA, is seeking a web development producer/project manager to join our growing media family. Conscious Enlightenment is a family of urban lifestyle websites, magazines, and lifestyle products and services focusing on green living, social change, health and wellness, yoga and spirituality/personal growth. Each month, we provide leading edge alternatives for crafting healthy, active, balanced lives, and for creating a sustainable society. Through our print magazines, original multimedia content (see www.yogamates.com), and local and national events, CE links the people, ideas and organizations that are building a better tomorrow. Job Description: Manage web development projects with a team of graphic artists and web development programmers. This job includes working with our clients to determine their needs for web development projects and then overseeing the entire process. The job does not require the ability to write code, but a detailed understanding of database structure and technical specifications is required. The ideal candidate will have both extensive project management skills as well as up-to-date hands-on web production skills. Qualifications: • Progressively related experience of at least two years and graduation from a four-year college or university with a degree in computer science or a related field; or an equivalent combination of related experience and education. • 5 + years experience in web site development and creation of interactive content. • 2 years in web site management. • Experience designing and managing online advertising campaigns. • Experience managing a content-oriented web site. • Hands-on site development experience. Must have a deep knowledge of web standards, browser compatibility issues, and accessibility issues. • Must have hands on skills with HTML, CSS, Photoshop, FTP, Microsoft Project, and be familiar with Content Management Systems • Excellent communication skills and the ability to multitask in a fast paced working environment • Passion for yoga, health and wellness and holistic living a plus. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. MARKETING ASSISTANT
The California Climate Action Registry assists California's leading organizations in measuring their greenhouse gas emissions and developing emissions profiles. The Registry encourages and promotes early actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and is considered a center of thought leadership for climate change. Registry participants include businesses, non-profit organizations, municipalities, state agencies, and others. More information about the Registry is available at: www.climateregistry.org.
The Registry offers a hands-on, fast-paced work environment, and great potential for growth and advancement. This position provides the opportunity to join a team playing a leading role in developing climate change policy in the United States.
• Assist in the production of marketing materials & artwork including websites & brochures
• Write press releases & newsletters
• Make follow-up marketing phone calls
• Track relevant media stories, clip out articles, create press packages
• Procure and maintain stocks of printed marketing materials
• Carry out mailings
• Conduct research
• Maintain contact database
• Provide administrative support to marketing, communications and business development staff SKILLS/EDUCATION
• Bachelor's degree in environmental science, marketing, communications or related field
• At least two years related experience
• Strong writing skills
• Ability to work in a fast paced environment
• Proficiency in Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat and Photoshop
• Interest in and familiarity with climate change issues
Salary commensurate with experience.
Position includes a competitive benefits package. www.climateregistry.org
LA Green Drinks - Silver Lake Thursday, August 16th, 2007
The Good Luck Bar
1514 Hillhurst Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027
LA Green Drinks - Studio City
Thursday, August 23rd, 2007
11938 Ventura Blvd Studio City, CA 91604 map
LA Green Drinks - Culver City
Thursday, September 6th, 2007
Duke's Hideaway at the Culver Hotel 9400 Culver Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232 www.culverhotel.com
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