Growing Sustainable Philly Neighborhoods: What to Do in Your Community
Community resource fair and reception: 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Forum presentation and discussion: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Community resource fair (continued) 8:00 pm - 8:30 pm
This Urban Sustainability Forum will present a forum designed to help Philadelphia citizens and communities create more sustain able healthy neighborhoods.
Come and Be Heard: Give Feedback to the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability
Short surveys on sustainable neighborhoods will be collected, compiled, and given directly to the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, so come and be heard.
Participate in the Discussion About
Participants will hear from a panel of national and local community leaders who will present some inspiring ideas and projects that they are leading in communities across Philadelphia:
- United States Green Building Council
- New Kensington Community Development Corporation
- Friends of Carroll Park
- Village of the Arts and Humanities
- Northern Liberties Clean and Green
- Visit the Community Resource Fair
As a special bonus the program will also invite organizations that provide resources to communities to participate in a Green Neighborhood Resource Fair. Organizations will be present to offer tools for building sustainable neighborhoods such as: assistance with tree plantings, community gardens, and composting; offering new tools to manage neighborhood flooding; contributing funds and performance ideas to help organize communities; and many more.
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Center for Environmental Policy
The goals of the Center for Environmental Policy (CEP) at The Academy of Natural Sciences are to evaluate key issues of environmental policy, facilitate dialogues and decision-making on environmental topics, and inform the public from both an academic as well as practical perspective. The CEP will answer the need for a non-partisan, science-based organization that is capable of accessing and guiding a myriad of public and private stakeholders.
For more information on current CEP projects and initiatives, please see www.ansp.org/environmental/index.php