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EcoDistricts: Building blocks of sustainable cities


Sustainable urban environments are about more than just a collection of green buildings. Cities can be re-envisioned with strategic investments that demonstrate a commitment to accelerated neighborhood sustainability. Darin Dinsmore and Rob Bennett will discuss planning frameworks, policies, community engagement and capacity building. Hear about real-life examples that demonstrate how a performance‐based approach can improve competitive advantage, communities and quality of life. Co-presented with ULI San Francisco and USGBC-NCC Residential Green Building Advocacy Committee.

This event is worth 1.5 continuing education hours for LEED Professional Credential Maintenance.

5:30 pm registration. 6:00 pm program.


$20 for SPUR, ULI, and USGBC members ($30 at the door).
$30 for non-members ($40 at the door).
Register here for all tickets.

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