East Coast Green Comes to the Jersey Shore
September 2010 | Announcements
Architecture 2030 is gearing up for a productive and informative conversation at this year’s East Coast Green: Meeting the Architecture 2030 Goals conference September 16th and 17th in Atlantic City.
Co-hosted by AIA New Jersey, the Committee on the Environment and USGBC New Jersey, this conference will focus on benchmarking the Building Sector’s progress towards meeting the 2030 Challenge and to discuss what still needs to be done. Architecture 2030 is particularly excited to participate and contribute to this large, regional conference focused on the 2030 Challenge.
The conference will be held at Bally’s Atlantic City Hotel & Casino and feature 40 presenters, as well as the three keynote speakers: president of Waterkeeper Alliance, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., founder of Architecture 2030, Edward Mazria, and internationally recognized proponent and practitioner of sustainability, Bill Reed.
Topics to be covered include Legislation, Codes/Metrics, Planning, Buildings, and Tectonics. Building sector professionals from the entire region will be participate, and the conference will be preceded on Sept. 15 by a full day of workshops sponsored by the New Jersey chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
There will be over 30 courses, all of which are eligible for AIA and USGBC continuing education credits. To register, visit the East Coast Green website at www.aia-nj.org/ECG/ and click the “Register to Attend Here” tab. Pricing varies depending on the package — two-day pass, one-day pass or a la carte items. “Early Bird” rates are available through July 31 as well as discounts for AIA members, government officials, educators and students.