The EPA is pleased to present: The Role of Green Preservation in Creating and Maintaining Sustainable Communities: What Works, What Doesn’t, What Should Change?
The symposium is the fourth in a series and will explore:
Green Historic Preservation issues relevant to the West Coast as well as national successes and lessons.
The policy framework that communities need to promote and encourage data collection and other metrics for quantifying the value of building reuse.
This event is targeted towards matter experts, leaders and decision makers, such as: planners, architects, preservation organizations, Federal and local government organizations, developers and green building experts. Attendees will engage in facilitated dialog on key issues, incentives, challenges and policy changes needed to successfully green historic communities. EPA will use feedback from the symposium series to compile a final report of recommendations for federal and state agencies.
View the Green Preservation and Sustainable Communities Symposium agenda
for additional details.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at 8:00 am
Note: This is an all-day event.
InterContinental Hotel San Francisco
888 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Register Today for the Early Bird Rate
Saturday, October 13th is the last day to register at the early bird rate of $115. The regular rate is $150.
Fill out the registration form
Questions? Want to learn more?
Visit the EPA Green Historic Preservation Initiative
website or contact Danielle Potts, Symposium Coordinator at 312-353-2058 or firstname.lastname@example.org