Going Green Expo to take place in October at USF Tampa

The EXPO will:



  • Showcase goods, services, information and ideas about renewable energy, energy efficiency, sustainable design, resource efficient development and green building


  • [image-1]Foster growth of local sustainable product lines and services


  • Stimulate community-wide interest in sustainability, and jump start actions to avert climate change


  • Highlight sustainability-related career opportunities


  • Provide family fun and interactive activities to explore


  • Provide food from local restaurants



This years Expo is being held in conjunction with the 4th Annual Campus and Community Sustainability Conference which will October 8th and 9th in the Marshall Center. This year's keynote speaker will be actor and activist Ed Begley, Jr. To find out information and to register for this conference, please go to this website.


To find out more information on the Free USF Expo, please visit the Going Green Tampa Bay website.


Remember, this is a great opportunity to learn more about going green in your community without spending any money!  It's never too late to learn to care for the environment, especially when the price tag to learn is zero.

Do you want to know more about renewable energy and local sustainable products? Then the Going Green Tampa 2009 Expo will be right up your alley.

Held Friday, October 9th and Saturday, October 10th at the USF Marshall Center, the Expo will feature a number of exhibits and workshops that will focus on sustainability and reasons why the Tampa Bay area would be a great place for a businesses who would be interested in green growth.

According to the Going Green Tampa Bay website, below is what is expected to be a part of the expo:

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