Posted April 30, 2011 05:11 PM by Graydon Blair in Biodiesel forum
This years Collaborative Biodiesel Conference (CBC) will be held August 5-7th in Duncan, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada.
The speakers list is starting to look pretty impressive.
Lyle Estill, Jason Burroughs, Kumar Plocher, and several others are already on tap with more coming.
More information on the conference is available here:
If you've attended these in the past, you know how great they are.
If you haven't been before, check out past conferences here:
Hope to see many of you there!
Joshua Tickell's newest movie "Freedom" will be shown there, in case you need just one more reason to attend. I'd like to urge any biodieselers in the Washington/Oregon/N.California/Idaho region to attend. This will be my first CBC, and I've regretted not attending every previous one after hearing from those who did attend what a valuable experience it was. The ability to "network" (I hate the use as a verb) is as important as what you learn in the workshops.
'look forward to seeing lots of you there.
If you're interested in the Collective Biofuels Conference Collective Biofuels Conference happening on Vancouver Island this August 5-7, check out the website for all the details! We're now hosted at http://www.collectivebiofuels.org/
Filmmaker Josh Tickell will be coming in person to premiere his new one-hour film about ethanol, “FREEDOM”, followed by a panel discussion. Josh is a professional speaker, author, filmmaker and alternative fuels enthusiast.
CBC Keynote Speaker Lyle Estill, a founder of Piedmont Biofuels, is also the author of Biodiesel Power and Small is Possible - Life in a Local Economy. His third book, Industrial Evolution; Community Solutions for a Low Carbon Economy, was just released in May. His talk is "Biodiesel's New Leaf - success stories and carnage on the road to community scale fuel production".
The CBC brings renewable energy experts, enthusiasts and interested beginners together to share information on biofuels, with a focus on CBC's community-based biodiesel roots. The CBC’s objective is to share open source information on community biofuels initiatives with students, non-profits and community groups.
Check out a full schedule and list of speakers online at http://www.collectivebiofuels.org/
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