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Gavin Newsom, the mayor who’s pushing San Francisco to be one of the greenest cities in the U.S., will be giving the opening remarks at our upcoming Green:Net conference on March 24 in San Francisco. Yep, the man that could be California’s next governor (OK, it’s […]

gavinnewsomheadshotsmallGavin Newsom, the mayor who’s pushing San Francisco to be one of the greenest cities in the U.S., will be giving the opening remarks at our upcoming Green:Net conference on March 24 in San Francisco. Yep, the man that could be California’s next governor (OK, it’s exploratory, but still), will be launching the first green conference for the Internet industry that will be highlighting how information technology can be used to fight climate change. We are very excited to host the Mayor and hear his thoughts on how San Francisco — a crucial locale for the birth of computing, the Internet and now the cleantech industry — will be at the forefront of using IT to promote energy efficiency.

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