CSI Cleantech 2008 Call for Presenters Now Open
December 04, 2007 07:17 PM US Eastern Timezone
Cleantech 2008, June 1-5, 2008 in Boston, Massachusetts, Invites Speakers on Clean Technologies and Sustainable Practices
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CSI Cleantech 2008, a multi-disciplinary and multi-sector conference on global sustainability and clean technologies announced it will close its Call for Papers for speaker submissions on December 6th. Cleantech 2008 will be held June 1-5, 2008, in Boston, Massachusetts
Proposals submitted to speak at CSI Cleantech 2008 should address: emerging technologies, clean business practices, funding or licensing. Cleantech 2008’s selection committee is looking to feature speakers from a growing set of technologies, products or services aimed at improving performance, productivity or efficiency while reducing energy and operating costs, as well as waste or pollution.
Cleantech 2008 welcomes submissions that describe the impact from clean and sustainable technologies, practices and processes on traditional industries, including Agriculture, Automotive, Building, Chemical, Coal, Food Production, Manufacturing, Nuclear, Oil & Gas, Paper, Semiconductor, and Transportation.
The following clean technology and sustainable industry topics are in highest demand for Cleantech 2008 submissions:
- Reduced Footprint: Power Generation, Exploration/Extraction, Transportation, Buildings & Construction, Industrial Processes, Sustainable Industry Best Practices
- BioEnergy: Bio Energy: Biodiesel, Biofuels, Bio Biomass
- Non-Bio Renewable Energy: Geothermal, Hydro, Photovoltaics, Solar Thermal, Wave, and Wind
- Clean Technologies: Clean Burning Fuels, Electric Vehicles, Fuel Cells, Hybrid Electric, Hydrogen, Zero Emissions, Pollution Reduction
- Business & Policy: Licensing and IP, Early Stage Investment, Public Sector Investment, Government Funding Initiatives, Government and Industrial Policies, Global and Regional Initiatives
- Novel Cleantech Product Development: Novel Cleantech Business Practices, Education in Cleantech
- Environmental: Bioremediation, Desalination, Phytoremediation, Recycling, Smart Fertilizers, Waste, Water Purification, Water Treatment
Cleantech 2008 is produced by CSI Events which brings together leading business and technology executives to present the state-of-art in Clean Technology and Sustainable Industry practices. Last year’s CSI Cleantech 2007 3-day event held in Santa Clara, Calif. in May drew more than 3,000 attendees, a record number of industry, academic and government professionals attending a similar event.
“Clean and sustainable technologies reflect the ability for innovators to bring together new perspectives, practices and new technologies to improve today’s products and manufacturing and business processes. At Cleantech 2008 we want to showcase these leading-edge products, as well as the innovators and practitioners their mindsets,” said Patti Glaza, Executive Director of the Clean Technology & Sustainable Industries Organization.
Submission abstracts for Cleantech are due by December 6, 2007. Submissions can be made at http://www.csievents.org/Cleantech2008/participate/ and will be selected based on relevance, maturity or potential impact of the underlying technology described.
About Cleantech 2008
Cleantech 2008 is the world’s largest multi-disciplinary and multi-sector conference on global sustainability addressing advancements in traditional technologies, emerging technologies and clean business practices. Cleantech or clean technology is the growing set of technologies, products or services aimed at improving performance, productivity or efficiency while reducing energy and operating costs, as well as waste or pollution. Visit http://www.csievents.org/Cleantech2008/
About the Clean Technology and Sustainable Industries Organization
The Clean Technology and Sustainable Industries Organization (CTSI) is a not-for-profit membership organization with offices in Cambridge Massachusetts, San Francisco California, Detroit Michigan, Geneva Switzerland and Washington DC. CTSI's mission is to advance the commercialization and global adoption of clean technologies and sustainable industry practices through a community of industry, academic, and government leaders committed to a safer, cleaner and more productive world.