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Zoning In On Green Zoning

Wednesday, Jul 15, 2009

Summertime is the right time for a public forum to rethink how land use planning and the NYC Zoning Resolution can advance long-term urban sustainability and help deal with local climate change impacts.

Sponsors: The Bar Associaion of the City of New York, Committee on Land Use, Planning and Zoning, Sustainability Sub-Committee and the Sallan Foundation

Welcome:
KENNETH FISHER, Cozen O’Conner, LLP
Introduction:
CAROLINE G. HARRIS, Goldman Harris LLP
Moderator:
NANCY ANDERSON, Ph.D., Executive Director, The Sallan Foundation
Speakers:
PROJJAL DUTTA, AIA, LEED, Director of Sustainability Initiatives, Metropolitan Transportation Authority ADAM FRIEDMAN, Executive Director, Pratt Center for Community Development MARK GINSBERG, FAIA, LEED, President, Citizens Housing and Policy Council SANDY HORNICK, Deputy Executive Director for Strategic Planning, NYC Department of City Planning

Date: Wednesday, July 15, 2009, 6:30 - 8:30 pm

Location: Bar Association of the City of New York, 42 West 44th Street

RSVP: NYC Bar Association or at the door



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