The organizers of Carbon TradeEx America today announced their main networking event "A Night at the (Field) Museum" which will take place on the evening of the first show day, September 28th at 6p.m. – 8p.m.
The Field Museum will feature its newly acquired exhibit "Climate Change" which explains the science behind common global-warming stereotypes, from hapless polar bears to rising temperatures. Details can be viewed at http://www.fieldmuseum.org/exhibits/climatechange_tempexhib.htm
Besides a look at this thought provoking and exciting exhibit, this evening will provide multiple networking opportunities. Says Richard M. Saines, Partner at Baker & McKenzie LLP: "We are excited to be sponsoring this year's Carbon TradeEx America conference in Chicago and look forward to hosting CTEX's special event at the Field Museum. This year's conference will mark an important gathering of the broadest cross section of the market to share ideas, network and learn how to manage the multifaceted policy and market landscape. It is likely to include EPA regulations, state and regional cap-and-trade programs, varying incentive structures, and emerging and increasing opportunities for international linkages. The need for CTEX could not be greater."
The “Night at the Museum” will receive local support via the Chicago based Clean Energy Alliance and Climatini-Chicago. Admission for this evening event is free of charge for exhibitors, speakers and the attending media. Charges for full conference attendees is $25 and $ 42.50 for the happy hour only.
Carbon TradeEx America Contacts:
For Exhibiting or Attending
Darrin Stern, Koelnmesse, Inc. 773-326-9925,firstname.lastname@example.org
For Conference Program:
Leticia Labre, Carbon Markets & Investors Association+44 (0)781 453 3661, email@example.com
Ms. Lauren LeMunyan, Environmental Markets Association, 202.207.1107, Lauren@emahq.org
For Media Partnerships or Media Credentials:
Franz Balve, Koelnmesse, Inc. 732-933-1117 – firstname.lastname@example.org