Webinar: Smart, Sustainable, Livable Communities: Plans, Projects and Key Market Drivers (Apr. 12)

From GOVERNING:

GOVERNING invites you to participate in a FREE Webinar on April 12, 2011 from 2:00pm ET-3:00pm ET:

Smart, Sustainable, Livable Communities: Plans, Projects and Key Market Drivers

  • 80% of voters nationwide agree that sustainable communities are an important part of rebuilding the national economy.
  • 84% of Americans believe that our country is too dependent on oil.
  • 75% of Americans agree that infrastructure spending on roads, trains and buses creates jobs and helps the economy get stronger.
  • How will America’s state and local government leaders address these issues?

This free webinar will give you an opportunity to learn about the “green government” market. What specific plans and projects are underway?

You will learn about opportunities in:

  • Green government market
  • Green building
  • Energy efficiency
  • Transportation
  • Economic development and job creation

Speakers:

  • Dan Gilmartin, Executive Director & CEO, Michigan League of Municipalities
  • Yvonne Hunter, Program Director, California Climate Action Network, Local Government Initiative

Moderators:

  • Bob Graves, Senior Fellow, Sustainability Advisor, GOVERNING Institute
  • Marina Leight, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, GOVERNING

To register, click here.

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    One Response to Webinar: Smart, Sustainable, Livable Communities: Plans, Projects and Key Market Drivers (Apr. 12)

    1. Matt Huffman says:

      Is there the opportunity to earn certification maintenance (APA-AICP) hours for the webinar?

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