Sunday, October 19, 2014

Event - The Future of Green Schools (teleconference)

On Wednesday, 10/29, at 10:30am MT USGBC Colorado will host a press call (teleconference) to discuss the future of Green Schools with representatives from the Colorado Energy Office, Douglas County School District, Stewart Environmental Consultants, Xcel Energy, and more. Readers of the Green Market Oracle can have a sneak peek invitation only tele-conference that will give you a sneak peak of education issues in advance of election day.

As a curtain raiser to the Green Schools Summit, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Colorado Chapter will host a media preview tele-press conference with industry leaders for a discussion on the future of education and how it is shifting. Now in its eighth year, the focus of the Summit will be how to design, build and maintain 21st-century schools, with the ultimate goal of greening Colorado’s schools within one generation.


Sharon Alton, Executive Director, USGBC Colorado
Patti Mason, Director of Advocacy, USGBC Colorado
Emily Riordan, Community Programs Manager, Center for Green Schools, U.S. Green Building Council
Christian Williss, Director of Programs and Initiatives, Colorado Energy Office
Richard D. Cosgrove, P.E., Director of Planning and Construction, Facilities Management, Douglas County School District
David R Stewart, PhD, PE, President and CEO, Stewart Environmental Consultants, LLC
Sue Reilly, President & Senior Engineer, Group 14 Engineering
Adele Willson, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, Principal, CMO, SLATERPAULL
Aaron Smith, Director of Sustainable Building Solutions at ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions
Representative TBD, Xcel Energy
Representative TBD, Haselden Construction

Wednesday, Oct. 29; 10:30am MT

Where: DIAL IN: 877-876-9177, 785-424-1666

Conference ID: GSS

Click here for more information about the Green Schools Summit which will take place on November 14, 2014.

Make sure to see the article titled, "Comprehensive Green School Information and Resources." It contains links to over 200 articles covering everything you need to know about sustainable academics, student's eco-initiatives, green school buildings, and college rankings as well as a wide range of related information and resources.

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