California Governors’ Summit partners with AKDN


Showcasing the economic success of California’s environmental leadership, the Governors’ Summit will feature more than 30 clean-tech companies displaying innovative green technologies including electric
cars, solar-powered flashlights and non-toxic cleaning products during the two-day Climate Solutions Showcase.

The following organizations are partnering with the Governors’ Summit to make this collaborative opportunity possible: the Aga Khan Development Network, which is working to improve living conditions in
the developing world through social and economic development, environment and culture; Climate Works; the RBF Foundation; the Sea Change Foundation; the Energy Foundation; the New America Foundation; Pacific Gas and Electric Company; the Pisces Foundation; BP America; Conoco Phillips; the Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment/UCLA School of Law; FPL Energy; EcoSecurities; the Tremaine Foundation; APX; Applied Materials; SunPower; Fireman’s Fund/Allianz Group; The Goldman Fund; Greenhouse Gas Services; Malcolm Pirnie; Mitsui & Co. (USA), Inc.; United Airlines and the University of California.


Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

One thought

  1. I am wondering whether the influence of AKDN at various global events/summits is like the butterfly effect in chaos theory in which the flapping of a butterfly’s wings can result in a hurricane in Texas! Just using the huricane in Texas as a metpahor…it was used in the original academic paper about the butterfly effect. Mubarakis to all on the occasion of the Imam’s Darbars in Canada!
    Love, light and shadow,


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