USDA, business, and community leaders discuss clean technology and the green economy at Cambridge International Headquarters.
May 07, 2012 - Cambridge International was proud to be chosen as a host for the White House Roundtable discussion that brought together business and community leaders with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Jonathan Adelstein, Administrator of Rural Utilities Service.
“It was an honor to host the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development Utilities Administrator at our headquarters in Cambridge, MD,” said Dion Banks, Director of Governmental Affairs for Cambridge International. “The roundtable here at our facility was 1 out of 100 held through the entire country to address the country’s economic state and how we can create jobs. This was an historic moment for Cambridge International, Dorchester County, the City of Cambridge and the State of Maryland.”
Focused specifically on the green economy and the renewable energy sector, Cambridge hosted approximately 50 business and community leaders from the Eastern Shore region, to share in the conversation regarding the challenges and opportunities for the region’s clean technology initiative.
“[President Obama’s Administration] wants us to lead the world in clean energy…and to fund cutting-edge research for the next generation of clean technology,” Adelstein told participants. “Our top priority is to create an economy that’s built to last.” read more>>>