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There are no less than nine green events tomorrow. Surely, the Los Angeles area is getting a lot more hip about being green. And hopefully, when this fad is over, it will be a staple of our lives, embedded into our quotidian conscious.

The big event tomorrow is the Opportunity Green Conference at UCLA. The pricey, but well talked about event in green circles, is bringing together sustainable businesses in hopes of creating a community committed to making a difference.

Also on the Westside at the Wadworth Theatre is the Presidential Forum on Global Warming, hosted by The League of Conservation Voters Education Fund and GRIST Magazine. Hillary Clinton, John Edwards and Dennis Kucinich will be speaking. The event is already full, but there is a waiting list.