This program will provide a lively and engaging overview of key issues relevant to anyone who cares about the environment and sustainability. Using TED-style (www.ted.org) delivery, a variety of speakers will engage participants in a review of past, current and future issues that pertain to resource allocation and use.
The program will introduce participants to the leading trends and issues for the real estate community and review the latest in technology and its application to the field. Information about the sessions are below.
Sustainability Series Schedule
March 14, Session One: The Past – A Historical Perspective on Sustainability. Where did LEED, the USGBC and Sustainability come from? What were the stakeholders trying to achieve?
April 24, Session Two: Nuts and Bolts of Sustainability - What are some of the technical issues that we need to understand to better create a culture of sustainability and efficiency? What is the science behind the sustainability movement?
May 16, Session Three: Sustainability Today - What are some of the key things occurring today to drive sustainability and better resource allocation? Who are the players and what are they doing?
June 21, Session Four: The Future of Sustainability - What does the Future of Sustainability look like? What will be the Major Changes in How We Live and Work?
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