The National Environmental Justice Conference and Training Program (the “NEJC”) urges companies and organizations with a passion for environmental justice to consider becoming sponsors for the 2012 conference. For interested participants, there are various levels of sponsorship:
• Logo/name featured on all conference materials, signage, program, press releases, conference banner
• Acknowledgement in conference publications and conference Web site
• Free exhibit hall display (decoration not included)
• Complimentary conference registration
• Ad in conference program and publications (Platinum full page; Gold 1/2 page; Silver1/4 page)
The National Environmental Justice Conference and Training Program is dedicated to ensuring that stakeholders have meaningful and informed participation in the environmental decision- making of their communities. The NEJC has the unique opportunity to bring together participants from diverse perspectives on environmental justice, which allows for open discussions with varying viewpoints and strategies.
As the issue of environmental justice has broadened over the years, so has the community and policy discussions including architecture and green buildings, brownfields, green jobs, clean energy, community development, economic development, environmental regulations, gentrification, governance, housing, planning, smart growth, sustainability, transportation, unions and almost all industries. It is vital that participants in these discussions and policy formulations attend this conference.
Those interested in joining the U.S. Department of Energy, the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Waste Management, Inc., S. M. Stoller Corporation, URS Corporation, Beveridge & Diamond, PC, Howard University School of Law, and MDB, Inc. as sponsors for the 2012 conference are encouraged to visit the NEJC Web site at www.thenejc.org. For more information, contact conference coordinator, Lloyd Moore at email@example.com;
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