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September 28, 2010 (San Diego) -- The Sustainability Alliance of Southern California and the California Center for Sustainable Energy will sponsor a unique sustainability-focused candidates' forum on Saturday, October 2. The event will feature local, state and national candidates addressing their positions on green issues including Proposition 23, climate change and public transportation.

The forum will be held at CCSE Headquarters, 8690 Balboa Avenue, San Diego 92123, just east of the 163.


The forum will be scheduled as follows:


2:00-3:00 Local offices and candidates
3:00-4:00 State
4:00-5:00 National


The forum is free and open to the general public.


Presented by CCSE and the Sustainability Alliance of Southern California, this forum will address sustainable energy, transportation, national security and water and land-use planning efforts. This is an opportunity for voters to hear first-hand the views and opinions of candidates for this fall’s elections on a wide range of sustainability and green topics that affect the region’s environmental and economic well-being.


Among the candidates attending the forum will be Marty Block, Francine Busby, Crystal Crawford, Ralph Denney, Steve Gronke, Ron Roberts, Duane Roberts, Howard Wayne and Stephen Whitburn. Candidates will take questions on a host of sustainability issues, including green jobs, renewable energy, environmental protection, green technology, greenhouse gas emissions and related policies, regulations and ballot propositions, such as Proposition 23.


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