Join us on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at Morgan State University's award winning Center for the Built Environment. The symposium will feature thought-provoking presentations and lively discussion of sustainability best practices that are transforming Baltimore and cities throughout the world.
Approved for 4 AIA Learning Units and 3 AICP CM credits.
American Brewery - Bringing Back a Baltimore Icon with Anne Powell, Senior Associate with Ayers Saint Gross
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore - Gambling on Sustainability with Neal Fiorelli, Managing Partner at Lorax Partnerships, B&R Construction Services
Baltimore City Public Schools - Going Green with Joanne Pi-Sunyer, Green Schools Coordinator for Baltimore City Public Schools and Andrea Calderon, Green Schools Assistant at the Baltimore City Office of Sustainability
The Living Building Challenge - Doing Less Bad is Not Good Enough Anymore with Loraine Doo, Partner with DooConsulting, Living Building Challenge Ambassador and Facilitator for the Baltimore Collaborative
Eco-Districts - Does Baltimore have all the key elements for success? with Peter Doo, Partner, DooConsulting
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Registration is $35 per person and includes a continental breakfast and parking at the North Campus Garage.
This important election year we encourage all Maryland voters to support candidates, for both state and local contests, who share our vision for a smart sustainable Maryland.
Our Vision for Maryland
• Maryland has vibrant cities and towns that support large and small businesses, and are great places to live for people of all ages and incomes.
• Maryland has a world class transportation system that provides transportation choices for affordable and efficient access to jobs, schools, services, and recreation.
• Maryland has a healthy environment that results in bountiful Chesapeake and Coastal Bays, clean rivers and creeks, and clean air.
• Maryland has a resilient, diverse, and sustainable economy that uses tax dollars efficiently and creates conditions that support job growth.
• Maryland’s rural lands are economically strong and support farms to feed the region, lands for hunting, critical wildlife habitats, and recreation.