The 5th program in the 10 BIG IDEAS series will focus on EcoDistricts, following the 2014 EcoDistricts Summit being held in Washington D.C., from Sept. 24-26, 2014.
We will host Clark Brockman, one of the nation's few EcoDistricts leaders, to share his insights from nearly a decade of personal experience.
What is the potential for EcoDistricts in Baltimore and the surrounding region, and what would be needed to create these sustainable cities starting at the neighborhood level? Articles in the The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Business Journal have referenced the growing interest in this concept.
Don't miss your chance to learn from an expert and network with others interested in developing local EcoDistricts. Breakfast will be provided.
7:30 - 8:00 a.m. Check-in
8:00 - 10:00 a.m. Program & Networking Breakfast
Enjoy the USGBC MD Member discounted registration rate for programs and events by joining the Chapter today!
Speaker Bio Clark Brockman
SERA Architects, Inc.
Clark is SERA's Principal focused on Sustainability, and a champion for energy-efficient, climate-responsive design. Co-founder of SERA's Sustainability Resources Group (SuRG), Clark is an experienced facilitator and passionate advocate who has lad the firm's continuing evolution in the arenas of high performance buildings, sustainability and district scale systems. He focuses on SERA's work on High Performance & Healthy Buildings, and EcoDistricts.
He is a LEED Fellow, past Chair of the Cascadia Green Building Council, a past board member of the International Living Future Institute (of which he was a founder), and past Co-Chair of Portland's EcoDistricts Technical Advisory Committee. Clark keynotes nationally and internationally on the impact of the built environment on climate change and serves as a green building policy adviser to cities, counties, states, national organizations and members of Oregon's federal delegation.
Clark is a GSA Professional Peer and served as a juror for the 2012 AIA COTE Top 10 national sustainable design awards. In 2012, he was designated a "Pacific NW Pivotal Leader." In 2013, he was a visiting professor at Sheffield University's Architecture school, and keynoted at both Louisiana's and Arizona's State AIA conferences.
The Lockwood Place Garage (124 Market Place Baltimore, MD 21202) is the official parking partner of the Aquarium and offers a discount to Aquarium visitors. Details & Directions
Enter the Pier 3 Aquarium Office Entrance (NOT the Main Entrance) and take the elevator to the Knott Harbor View Room on the 4th Floor. Following the program, registered attendees are invited to enjoy self-guided tours of the Aquarium with the general public; no admission ticket purchase required (a $34.95 value).
USGBC Maryland is celebrating 10 years with 10 BIG IDEAS!
BIG IDEA SPONSORSHIP and program host opportunities are available. Please contact Sabrina Harder for additional details.