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PresidioSocial: The Audacity of Hopenhagen


Tuesday September 15th

It’s Hopenhagen Time!

The Commonwealth Club Presents:

  • Adam Werbach, CEO, Saatchi & Saatchi S
  • Seth Farbman, Managing Director, Ogilvy & Mather
  • Jon Krosnick, Professor of Communication and Political Science, Stanford University
  • Greg Dalton, Founder, Climate One

What do people around the world think about the threat of climate change and the promise of a new clean economy? Are they informed about the international negotiations in Copenhagen? If clean energy doesn’t become a kitchen table issue, will the negotiations succeed? Some of the world’s biggest advertising companies are putting aside their rivalries to collaborate on a new global campaign – Hopenhagen – about the hope of a green and prosperous future. Will they have any impact? How can they reach people outside the “environmental elite?” Experts discuss what’s at stake.

Commonwealth Club Office
595 Market Street
San Francisco, CA
11:30 a.m. check-in, noon program

Students free (with valid ID and registration)

Later on Tuesday

Virgance Equinox Party

Each Spring and Fall, Virgance brings together its members, volunteers, fans, friends and team who make this social venture possible. This is a great opportunity to mingle with social entrepreneurs, business and non-profit leaders, activists and political figures in the Bay Area who are combining forces to bring sustainability to every aspect of life and business.

Temple Nightclub
540 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA
You gotta RSVP

Wednesday September 16th

Net Impact Monthly Gathering: Clean Tech Shark Tank

A vital part of our ecosystemThis month, Net Impact is hosting a new event concept: “Cleantech Shark Tank: Financing Options for Cleantech Entrepreneurs.” We’ve invited panelists (“sharks”) from Microfinance, Venture Capital, Angel Investing, and the Federal Government to help cleantech startups determine “Where should I look for funding?” Cleantech entrepreneurs will be given 2 minutes to pitch their company or idea to our panel , then the sharks will share their advice on which source of funding is the best option. Audience members are encouraged to share their thoughts and ask questions throughout, so this promises to be a highly interactive and lively event!

The W Hotel San Francisco
181 Third Street
San Francsico, CA

Free, Kindly RSVP

Thursday September 17th

The 7th Annual Altered Barbie Show

Altered BarbieGet ready for a rousing encounter with the underbelly of american consumerism- it’s altered barbie night. Meet the artists who have resurrected and reinvented Ken and Barbie into art and performance. The evening will include Barbie Haiku & Barbie Poetry.

Shotwell 50 Studios
50 Shotwell
San Francisco, CA

Saturday, September 19th 2009

Opera in the Ballpark

Come see “Il Trovatore” simulcast live into the ballpark. It looks awesome. Verdi’s favorite themes of destiny and desire are threaded through this suspenseful story of a corrupt count, a dashing warrior and a Gypsy who plots to avenge her mother’s wrongful death. Only ya get to eat hot dogs and fancy cheeses while ya watch it. Field seating available on a first come, first serve basis.

If you go, find some other Presidians to go with

Giant’s Stadium
San Francisco, CA
8PM (Show up at 6:30 for good seats)
FREE, but you need to register

Later on Saturday

Non. Stop. Bhangra.

It’s the 50th Nonstop Bhangra, and they’re pulling out all the stops. Don’t miss “one of the 250 things to do in SF before you die,” a fantastic night of dancing awaits.

Rickshaw Stop
155 Fell Street (between Van Ness and Franklin)
San Francisco, CA
$15 Advance/$20 door

The theme this month is black and gold.

Monday, September 21st

Weekly Presidio Salon

Presidio SalonThe Presidio Salon is happening through the semester, with fantastic discussions every week. We will discuss whatever sustainability-related topics people bring to the table.

The Salon happens every week at:
581 Hayes St
San Francisco, CA 94102


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