Sustainable Urban Development , Bay City Brewing Co., Thursday, 16. May 2019

San Diego’s progressive climate action plan outlines extensive growth for the city to improve its environmental responsibility. Putting the plan into action, however, requires much more than a written idea. So what are the opportunities and challenges in sustainable development in San Diego, and how do we innovate the built environment?
Join us Thursday, May 16th at 6:00 pm at Bay City Brewing to discuss sustainable urban development in San Diego, from net zero water implementation, zero net energy requirements, San Diego’s 2030 District promise, to sustainably retrofitting your home.

Elizabeth Carmichael, Principal Architect for ECOhouse, ECOlogical Habitats of Urban Sustainable Experiences™
Liz conducts ECOL.A.B.sTM  (learn, apply, build) as a hands-on approach to educating the public on implementing sustainable practices, serves on the Board of Directors for San Diego Green Building Council, and is on the path to an MBA in Sustainable Business. Elizabeth founded ECOhouse architecture as a source for ecologically responsible architecture and development.  

TRANSIT: Please choose an eco-friendly transportation option to the event. If you do drive, the Bay City Brewing parking lot is limited, so allow time to find street parking.
FOOD and DRINK: Bay City Brewing offers beer and light snacks. You may bring outside food with you.
When:Thursday, May 166-8pm
Where:Bay City Brewing3760 Hancock StreetSan Diego, CA 92110

Sustainable Urban Development

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