The 2010 Joint National Community Action Foundation Energy Programs & Community Investment Futures Conference

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The 2010 Joint National Community Action Foundation Energy Programs & Community Investment Futures Conference

Time: October 25, 2010 to October 29, 2010
Location: St. Petersburg, FL
Website or Map: http://www.ncaf.org/events-wo…
Event Type: conference
Organized By: CIF and NCAF
Latest Activity: Aug 11, 2010

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The 2010 Joint National Community Action Foundation
Energy Programs & Community Investment Futures Conference


October 25 -29, 2010
St. Petersburg, FL

Imagine the Possibilities! Developing 21st Century Community Economies/Ensuring Affordable Clean Energy

After a year of great changes, CAAs’ emerging capacity is a foundation for initiating high-impact changes in their communities.

New energy policy creates an unprecedented market for efficiency investment; housing insecurity led to new capital to stabilize neighborhoods; CAAs and the Weatherization partners have unique opportunities.

By linking their economic development and clean energy goals to solid skills, smart advocacy, and sound financing, CAAs can position themselves in the lead to realize the promise.

This conference combines training in the fundamental skills organizations need to build more sustainable, affordable communities with inspiring analysis of the partnership possibilities and with practical visions of growth that brings justice and opportunity to all.

It assembles the public policy leaders, the futurists, and the potential funders whom CAAs and their Weatherization partners need to work with as they increase their impact and capacity in the years ahead.

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