Philadelphia: Best of Greenbuild 2012
Thursday, May 3, 2012
from 11:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Envisioning sustainable schools and stadiums, revived community centers, celebrated historic buildings, national demonstration projects and energized leaders. Opening Plenary speaker: Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, on “What Will the World See in 2013?: Counting Down to Greenbuild Philadelphia”, a look ahead at a Sustainable Convention Center, a thriving Navy Yard, and promises from leading regional businesses, advocacy groups, and cultural institutions.
Session 2A, “The Proof for a New Sustainability Equation: High Performance Schools = High Performance Kids”, uses case studies from Allentown School District, Philadelphia School District and Wilmington School District in considering the question: can green schools not only save districts money but also improve the educational experience of students?
5 GBCI credits available to choose from during the conference.
A DVGBC (Delaware Valley Green Building Council) event.
From a Transition Perspective:
Visit the Philadelphia: Best of Greenbuild 2012 website
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
121 N 7 St
Philadelphia, PA 19102
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