NANCY SUTLEY AND SAM NAPOLITANO TO
SPEAK AT CARBON TradeEx AMERICA
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level networking while viewing the museum’s current “Climate
Change Exhibit”. Charges are $25 for conference attendees
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Nancy Sutley and Sam Napolitano to speak at Carbon TradeEx America

Nancy Sutley and Sam Napolitano to speak at Carbon TradeEx America
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  • 1. NANCY SUTLEY AND SAM NAPOLITANO TO SPEAK AT CARBON TradeEx AMERICA September 28-29, 2010 South Building, S 400 Level Chicago/London/Washington, September 17, 2010 McCormick Place Chicago, IL With 10 days to go, Carbon TradeEx America is poised to www.carbontradeexamerica.com become the largest North American gathering for the Workshop Programs Pre-Event, September 27, 2010 environmental markets (REC, Carbon, So2, Nox, CMD, CCS) Post-Event, September 30, 2010 The speaker line up will consist of more than 110 senior level speakers conducting 25 thought-provoking sessions. The opening day keynote will be delivered by Nancy Sutley, Chair Event Contact of the White House Council on Environmental Quality, the Mr. Darrin Stern Show Manager opening day will end with a keynote speech by Dr. Richard L. Koelnmesse, Inc. Sandor, Chicago Climate Exchange, Inc., Chairman & 8700 W. Bryn Mawr Ave. Suite 640 N. Founder, while the closing address will be provided by Sam Chicago, IL 60631 Napolitano, Director, Clean Air Markets Division of the EPA. +1 (773) 326-9925 d.stern@koelnmessenafta.com www.carbontradeexamerica.com The 3 conference tracks will connect the dots between climate, energy, business strategy, risk management and economic policies at domestic and international levels. One of CMIA Contact Ms. Leticia Labre the program highlights is the session titled ” Out of the Frying Head of Communications & Pan and Into the Fire - Pending EPA Regulation of Stationary Business Development Carbon Markets & Investors Sources” – the panel will discuss the absence of a current Association +44 (0) 20 7828 1151 Federal Cap-and-Trade legislation, the expected time line leticia.labre@cmia.net until major stationary sources will be regulated in 2011 and www.cmia.net the role of local governments in enforcing legislation. The session will focus on opportunities for new projects, major EMA Contact expansions and how the NGO community is anticipated to Ms. Lauren LeMunyan navigate through a regulatory landscape in the future. This Executive Director Environmental Markets Association session will be moderated by Richard M. Saines, Baker & 529 14th Street NW, Suite 750 Washington, DC 20045 McKenzie LLP. The Panel will consist of Douglas P. Scott, +1 (202) 207-1107 Director of Illinois EPA - Katherine Blue, Principal at Trinity Lauren@emahq.org www.environmentalmarkets.org Consultants Climate Change Services – and Steve Corneli, Senior VP at NRG Energy, Market and Climate Policy. Another highlight will be the opening party "A Night at the Museum" on September 28th from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the Chicago Field Museum. This exciting event will allow for high
  • 2. level networking while viewing the museum’s current “Climate Change Exhibit”. Charges are $25 for conference attendees and $ 42.50 for walk ins. True to its mission, Carbon TradeEx America will reduce its own carbon footprint by providing recyclable bottles and by eliminating the use of paper by providing the program proceedings on a mobile networking platform. Carbon TradeEx America Contacts: For Exhibiting or Attending: Darrin Stern, Koelnmesse, Inc.. 773-326-9925, d.stern@koelnmessenafta.com For Conference Program: Leticia Labre, Carbon Markets & Investors Association, +44 (0)781 453 3661, leticia.labre@cmia.net 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 – f.balve@koelnmessenafta.com

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