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Making of a Green Conference

For my fellow volunteers and I, it’s been a full day of sitting at the computer, scheduling, formatting, impromptu meetings, hunting for funding, interfacing with presenters and each other, html coding, torrents of emails, blogging, and on and on and on…

We’ve all committed to creating a top-notch experience for  everyone , but with tight shoulders, unwritten papers, and too few daylight hours, it is important to celebrate our victories. So, today, we’re going to stand back and applaud what we’ve already accomplished long before the name tags have been purchased, much less distributed!

Now that we have made the connections, have the know-how, our ongoing food practices can now match our philosophy at long last! A major coup for NES!

As Co-organizer, I’m lucky to work with an incredibly resilient, good-natured team of people. Everyone has been generous with their knowledge, time and resources even when not directly affiliated with the Graduate Center or the Environmental Psychology Program that houses NES. It’s been truly heartwarming to see the efforts that will make this landmark event a blockbuster!

Shawndel Fraser

Be sure to register to attend March 10-11, 2011!

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