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PA/NJ Sustainability Symposium 2013

When

Tuesday, Mar. 12, 2013
7:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Where

Temple University Performing Arts Center 1837 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19122 Directions

Description

Now in its third year, this event brings together industry, education and community leaders to share best practices, ask challenging questions and provide cutting edge information about sustainability in the Delaware Valley.

Start the morning with Leading-edge Keynote Speakers::

•Mark Alan Hughes, Distinguished Senior Fellow, Architecture at PennDesign
•James C. Fish, Jr., EVP & CFO, Waste Management
•Rob Powelson, Chairman of The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission

Held at the Franklin Institute in 2012, last year’s event drew
approximately 600 attendees.
Leading-edge keynote speakers and panelists:
• Lunch Keynotes: Jeff Benjamin - Founder, Vetri
Foundation and Neal McCarthy - Owner & GM, Miller
Union Restaurant Atlanta
• Jaimie Cloud - President, The Cloud Institute for
Sustainability Education
• Doug Gatlin - VP for Market Development, USGBC
• Jean Lupinacci - Director, ENERGYSTAR Commercial and
Industrial Branch, USEPA
• Bill Sisson - Director of Sustainability, United
Technologies
• Brenna Walraven - Managing Director, USAA Real Estate
Company
• Rob Watson - Founder, LEED and EcoTech International
Group

24 Educational Sessions covering diverse topics such as
K-12 schools and higher education, the business case for
sustainability, Philadelphia cultural and sports institutions,
commercial real estate owners and tenants,
electric vehicles, LEED v4 and much more!

Sponsors

DVGBC

Price

Event Price: $49.00 Member Price: $29.00 Additional Information: $10 for students (ID Required)

Website

Event Website: http://dvgbc.org/education/view/pa-nj-sustainability-symposium-2013 Online Registration Available: Yes

Event Type

Forum

Contact Information

Chris Moore cmoore@dvgbc.org Phone: (215) 399-5789

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