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Business Leaders for Climate Solutions (BLCS) brings together executives and other business leaders, entrepreneurs and investors who are committed to regional leadership, strong action to reduce global warming pollution and a transition to a clean and energy-efficient economy.
When you sign-up for BLCS, you join an exclusive network of business leaders from around the region who share a few core principles around action, advocacy and leadership. By leading the way on climate and clean-energy policy, all businesses in the region will be best prepared to manage risks, seize opportunities and create a broadly shared and sustainable prosperity.
- Join over 1,000 other leaders to provide powerful voices for this effort and lead the regional clean economy by example.
- Help shape the development of strong and sustainable climate and clean energy policy in the Northwest.
- Provide the business voice to policy makers and the media and promote clean-energy solutions to the business community.
- Enlist colleagues to build a powerful business coalition for regional leadership to drive the clean-energy economy forward.
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NW Clean Economy News
Jonathan Rose, New York developer and one of the sponsors of the upcoming Climate Solutions Annual Breakfast, vowed to make the Joseph Vance and Sterling buildings the greenest old office buildings in Seattle when he bought the downtown properties in 2006. The Vance building is home to Climate Solutions' Seattle office.
In Q1 2009, the American wind industry has already doubled its once-record-breaking Q1 2008 profits
“We are business voices – investors, professionals, workers and entrepreneurs engaged in catalyzing clean development and creating green jobs. This is our best hope for economic growth, climate stability, energy security, and competitiveness. Now is the time for action.”
Mayor Sam Adams wants a new economic development strategy he hopes will brand Portland as the nation's most sustainable city, will focus community colleges and universities on developing training programs for workers in targeted industries, and create 10,000 new family-wage jobs.
The Center for American Progress published a report this week entitled – in no uncertain terms - “We Must Seize the Energy Opportunity or Slip Further Behind: A Primer on Global Competition in Green Technology Investments.”