Hosted by the City of Dubuque, Iowa and Sustainable City Network, the Growing Sustainable Communities Conference will be held at the Grand River Center located in the Port of Dubuque at 500 Bell Street (View Map). The 9th annual conference is a two-day educational opportunity for municipal professionals, elected officials, business leaders, educators and students who have a common interest in energy conservation, resource management, environmental stewardship and other tenets of sustainability. The conference will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday October 4 & 5, 2016.
Please note, early-bird pricing ends Sept. 4.
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The City of Dubuque, Iowa is one of the most captivating and "sustainable" cities in the Midwest. Its picturesque river bluffs, colorful autumn leaves and clean city streets make it truly a "Masterpiece on the Mississippi." The city's 12 sustainability principles provide a framework for its strategic planning process and serve as a programming guide for the annual Growing Sustainable Communities Conference.
Sustainable City Network is a media and publishing company that provides local governments and other civic institutions with quality and timely information on sustainability products, services and best practices. It produces a free e-mail newsletter, a quarterly print magazine, regular webinars and online courses. Learn more at sCityNetwork.com.
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