Building(s) for a Sustainable Future Symposium May 18th
Third Street Center. Carbondale, Colorado
A symposium to accelerate progress on innovative, sustainable building practices in Garfield, Pitkin and Eagle counties
The buildings sector is responsible for 40% of all energy used in the U.S.
In Garfield, Pitkin, and Eagle counties, we’ve seen great progress in constructing and retrofitting energy efficient and high performing buildings.
To reach adopted state, local and regional clean energy targets, however, we need to do so much more.
Building(s) for a Sustainable Future is an opportunity to work together, expand on success to date, and spur greater progress moving forward.
- Keynote: Ed Mazria, internationally recognized architect and founder of Architecture 2030.
- Kelly Vaughan, Buildings Program Marketing Director at Rocky Mountain Institute.
- Shanti Pless, Commercial Building Research Group at National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
- Josie Plaut, Associate Director for the Institute for the Built Environment at Colorado State University
- Eric Harrington, Designer/Builder at Harrington Construction
Join us for a day filled with inspiring, information-packed presentations, dialogue, and break-out sessions.
> Early bird registration through Friday, May 11, includes breakfast and lunch - $45. Click on the TICKETS button to reserve your seat today.
Reception following at Marble Distillery, 150 Main Street, Carbondale