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How Green is My Neighborhood? Let Me Count the Ways

  • 10 Mar 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Sheet Metal Workers Local 26, 2319 Chouteau, Suite 200 63103

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  • For individuals who do not hold a current USGBC-Missouri Gateway Chapter Membership

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March 10 Program
 How Green is My Neighborhood? Let Me Count the Ways

Urban sustainability rating tools are fundamental instruments for helping achieve green community goals. They provide integrated accounting of the triple bottom lines of community development, raising awareness and improving the quality of outcomes. 

In recent years, a variety of rating tools have emerged with different capabilities and costs, and understanding their strengths and weaknesses can help practitioners select the most appropriate tool. This program will review a dozen rating systems available in North America for cities, planned and existing neighborhoods, transportation and infrastructure, and landscape and parks.

SPEAKER:
Eliot Allen, Principal, Criterion Planners (Portland, Oregon)

CONTINUING EDUCATION
Submitted for approval of 1 GBCI CE Hour and 1 AIA LU/HSW

WHEN
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
5:30-6:15 pm - Registration & Networking
6:15-7:30 pm - Formal Presentation

WHERE
Sheet Metal Workers Local 26, 2319 Chouteau, Suite 200 (63103) map

FEE
Free to USGBC-MGC Members and full time students;
$20 for Non-members

REGISTER Click on the Register button on the left side of this screen.

QUESTIONS? Contact USGBC-Missouri Gateway staff by email or phone (314) 577-0225.

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SPEAKER: Eliot Allen, Principal, Criterion Planners (Portland, Oregon)

Urban sustainability rating tools are fundamental instruments for helping achieve green community goals.  They provide integrated accounting of the triple bottom lines of community development, raising awareness and improving the quality of outcomes. In recent years, a variety of rating tools have emerged with different capabilities and costs, and understanding their strengths and
weaknesses can help practitioners select the most appropriate tool. This program will review a
dozen rating systems available in North America for cities, planned and existing neighborhoods, transportation and infrastructure, and landscape and parks.

5:30-7:30pm at Sheet Metal Workers Local 36, 2319 Chouteau, Suite 200 (63103)

 

SPEAKER: Eliot Allen, Principal, Criterion Planners (Portland, Oregon)

Urban sustainability rating tools are fundamental instruments for helping achieve green community goals.  They provide integrated accounting of the triple bottom lines of community development, raising awareness and improving the quality of outcomes. In recent years, a variety of rating tools have emerged with different capabilities and costs, and understanding their strengths and
weaknesses can help practitioners select the most appropriate tool. This program will review a
dozen rating systems available in North America for cities, planned and existing neighborhoods, transportation and infrastructure, and landscape and parks.

5:30-7:30pm at Sheet Metal Workers Local 36, 2319 Chouteau, Suite 200 (63103)

 

SPEAKER: Eliot Allen, Principal, Criterion Planners (Portland, Oregon)

Urban sustainability rating tools are fundamental instruments for helping achieve green community goals.  They provide integrated accounting of the triple bottom lines of community development, raising awareness and improving the quality of outcomes. In recent years, a variety of rating tools have emerged with different capabilities and costs, and understanding their strengths and
weaknesses can help practitioners select the most appropriate tool. This program will review a
dozen rating systems available in North America for cities, planned and existing neighborhoods, transportation and infrastructure, and landscape and parks.

5:30-7:30pm at Sheet Metal Workers Local 36, 2319 Chouteau, Suite 200 (63103)

 

SPEAKER: Eliot Allen, Principal, Criterion Planners (Portland, Oregon)

Urban sustainability rating tools are fundamental instruments for helping achieve green community goals.  They provide integrated accounting of the triple bottom lines of community development, raising awareness and improving the quality of outcomes. In recent years, a variety of rating tools have emerged with different capabilities and costs, and understanding their strengths and
weaknesses can help practitioners select the most appropriate tool. This program will review a
dozen rating systems available in North America for cities, planned and existing neighborhoods, transportation and infrastructure, and landscape and parks.

5:30-7:30pm at Sheet Metal Workers Local 36, 2319 Chouteau, Suite 200 (63103)

 

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