Jerry Brown and Vinod Khosla to Speak at Green:Net 2010


Jerry Brown

We at the GigaOM Network are proud to announce that 2010 California gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown and leading greentech investor Vinod Khosla will be speaking at Green:Net 2010 — the conference where green and information technology meet — on April 29th at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco.

While alternative energy gets a lot of attention at most green conferences, only Green:Net offers a specific point of view as to how entrepreneurs can leverage computing and Internet technologies to fight climate change. Such an intersection creates the opportunity for huge new markets in software, Internet and digital sectors.

In addition to Brown and Khosla, we have a packed day of great content. Visit our web site for further details. And if you register now with this link, you’ll get $75 off your ticket price:

Don’t forget — Green:Net is also a great way to address an audience of greentech influencers. For exhibit opportunities call Mike Sly at (415) 235-0358 or email events at gigaom dot com.

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Sanjay Maharaj

Great to see Gigaom put togehter such a platform for discussion. I believe you are on the right track with this as you are correct no one is talking about leveraging IT and technology to address climate change.
Any chance that this will be streamed live?

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