Tomorrow, Wednesday, May 2, I will be leading a panel from noon to 1 p.m. at the venerable Commonwealth Club in San Francisco ("The nation's oldest and largest public affairs forum") on our new book How Green is Your City? The SustainLane U.S. City Rankings.
Appearing with me will be the ever-entertaining Director of the Department of the Environment for San Francisco, Jared Blumenfeld--abandon your notions of a staid city bureaucrat--and Ian Kim from the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights in Oakland, which is leading up a "green collar" jobs program for the city.
It should be an enlightening discussion about the future of green cities, local jobs, economic development and clean tech in the 21st century, with representatives from the #2 city (San Francisco) and #5 city (Oakland) out of the largest 50 US cities profiled in How Green is Your City?
I'll be signing copies of the book and all three of us will field your questions. For those who can't make it because you're on the other side of the world, if you have any questions you want to post on this blog I'll try to ask them during tomorrow's panel.