Wednesday, Apr 25, 2007
Sallan's Nancy Anderson will speak about the legal design for green building on a sustainable design panel. Panelists will explore how environmentally sensitive buildings affect our life quality, personal health and our global financial position. The long-term benefits of the latest sustainable design strategies as well as the statutory and financial context will be highlighted. The event will include an exhibition of Lena Imamura's work.
Join us on Wednesday, April 25, 68 pm at the Cooper Union in New York City to get smarter about getting greener with Sustainable Design. Panelists Nancy E. Anderson The Sallan Foundation, Catherine Nueva Espana Atelier Ten, and Dinah A. Koehler USEPA will explore successful strategies for making our lived in environment more livable and for promoting the spirit of Earth Day everyday.
Together we'll take a close look at the legal design for green building, find out how to integrate sustainable design and get a clear understanding about the public health impacts of our built environment.
Sponsor: Cooper Union for the Advancement of Art and Science
Topics and Panelists:
Public Health Impacts of the Built Environment - Dinah A. Koehler, Sci,D. Office of Research & Development, USEPA
Integrating Sustainable Design - Catherine Nueva Espana, Atelier Ten-Consulting Environmental Designers
Green Building: The Legal Design - Nancy E. Anderson, Ph.D., The Sallan Foundation
Bruce Kahn and Jennie Nevin both with Smith Barney will lead the way with their insiders' view of how Wall Street is looking at sustainability. This event is hosted by the Sustainability Practice Network and Lena Imamura.
Date: Wednesday, April 25, 2007, 6pm
Locaton: Cooper Union, The Great Hall, 7 East 7 Street at Third Avenue