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Our Future, Our Challenge 2011: High School Student Eco-Conference at PDS

Our Future, Our Challenge 2011: High School Student Eco-Conference
April 16, 2011
at Princeton Day School
650 The Great Road
Princeton, New Jersey

Princeton Day School's Environmental Action (EnAct) Club is presenting an
eco-conference on April 16, from 9:00 am-2:30 pm at the PDS Campus. Called
"Our Future, Our Challenge," the conference will feature ten renowned
speakers on the topics of energy policy, new energy technology, green
building, and more. The conference is open to all high school students in
NY, NJ, and PA, and registration ($12.00) includes admission to all
speakers, as well as a lunch fair for networking. The registration
deadline is April 9, 2011.

Conference Schedule:
9-9:30 Registration
9:30 Welcome
9:45-10:45 Keynote speaker: Dr. Emily Carter, Founding Director of the
Andlinger Center for Energy  and the
Environment at Princeton University (
11-12 Speaker session--list your first and second choices below
12-1:30 Lunch and Fair
1:30-2:15 Closing speaker: Dr. Rob Socolow, Co-Director of Princeton
University's Carbon Mitigation Initiative

Full speaker list below

Register now at
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: If registering by mail, print this form and send it
postmarked by April 9.
(all information below required—please print legibly)

Email Address____________________________________________________________
School Name_____________________________________________________________

Choose your lunch (check one)

Choose your session:
Put a 1 next to your first choice and a 2 next to your second choice

_______Green Building: Speaker is Mark Biedron, member of U.S. Green
Building Council and authority on sustainability and green design
_______Sustainable Food: Speaker panel includes an organic farmer, a
manager of an organic grocery store, a chef whose restaurant specializes
in local, organic and sustainable food
_______Solar Energy: Speaker is Lyle Rawlings, President of the
Mid-Atlantic Solar Energy Industries Association
_______Green Jobs: Speaker panel includes a university Sustainability
Manager, a green business executive, the Director of an environmental
non-profit organization


Send in this completed registration by mail with cash or check for $12
postmarked by April 9 to:
EnAct Club, PDS, 650 The Great Road, Princeton, NJ 08542.
Checks should be made out to Princeton Day School.