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Hollywood Goes Green Conference To Rock LA Next Week

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new_banner.jpgNext week, I’ll be headed out to Los Angeles to cover the Hollywood Goes Green Conference. The first-of-its-kind event will will offer entertainment-industry insiders a forum to collaborate and develop partnerships for a sustainable future. Obviously, for a site that lives and breathes for these developments, we’re thrilled that something this massive is happening.

The two-day gathering will cover all aspects of entertainment — from television to radio broadcasting. Green guru Ed Begley Jr. will host, while speakers like Steve Glenn (Founder of Living Homes), Howard Gordon (Executive Producer of 24), and Leila Connors Peterson (director, writer and producer of The 11th Hour) will participate in various panel presentations.

You can grab a complete listing of all the cool events on the official site. As part of our sponsorship perks, we’re also proud to provide a discount to Ecorazzi readers interested in attending the event. Simply click here, type HGGED at checkout, and receive 20% off of your registration!

Look for more live updates from the event next week!

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