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EcoDistrict Practitioners: Accelerating District-Scale Sustainability


Wednesday, January 30, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PST)

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How can urban development professionals successfully tackle the complex challenges that cities face? How can they work with public agencies, utilities, developers, and community stakeholders to create a workable sustainability implementation strategy? 
This engaging workshop will introduce participants to EcoDistricts, a four-step process management framework to guide neighborhood sustainability projects. Public policymakers, urban designers, developers, and community-based organizations will be equipped with practical governance, engagement, assessment, and project development tools. Led by EcoDistricts movement leader Rob Bennett, this all day workshop will share best practices from his 14+ years of experience in sustainable development.
This course qualifies for 7 GBCI credits. 

Faculty: Rob Bennett, Executive Director and Naomi Cole. EcoDistricts Program Director, Portland Sustainability Institute
This course qualifies for 7 GBCI credits. Lunch included.
Have questions about EcoDistrict Practitioners: Accelerating District-Scale Sustainability? Contact EcoDistricts

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Market Center Building
1600 SW 4th Ave
Gold Room, 5th Floor
Portland, OR 97201

Wednesday, January 30, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PST)

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EcoDistricts’ mission is to inspire every city to remake itself from the neighborhood up by bringing together builders and entrepreneurs, policymakers and urban innovators to create vibrant neighborhoods, smart cities and a healthy planet. EcoDistricts serves this network through convening, advocacy, education, technical assistance, and research to inform and drive innovation. EcoDistricts is strategic in nature, collaborative in approach and practical in application.


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