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Learn how to apply a new paradigm representing a major shift in the way new cities will be built and older ones retrofitted to achieve sustainable development. This two and a half day workshop will be convened by Dr. Vladimir Novotny, co-author of Water Centric Sustainable Communities.

1/29/2014 to 1/31/2014
When: 1/29/2014
Where: Brightwater Education Center
22505 State Route 9 SE
Woodinville, Washington  98072
United States

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SUSTAINABLE WATER-CENTRIC COMMUNITIES

Brightwater Education Center - Woodinville | Jan. 29-31, 2014 | REGISTER

 

A sustainable city of the future may look quite different. It will power itself with renewable energy; conserve/reuse water; create the smallest possible ecological footprint; recover what we once thought of as waste; and produce virtually no pollution. Join us to learn more.

 

WEDNESDAY, JAN 29   

THE FIFTH PARADIGM OF THE CITIES OF THE FUTURE

·         TERRY WILLIAMS, Natural Resources Manager for the Tulalip Tribes

·         VLADIMIR NOVOTNY, Professor Emeritus at Northeastern University

·         STEVE MODDEMEYER, City of Seattle, Department of Planning and Development

·         CATHY TUTTLE, Neighborhood Greenways Project

·         PEG STAEHELI, svr Design

Plus an interactive case study of SEATTLE’S INTERBAY NEIGHBORHOOD

 

THURSDAY, JAN 30    

WATER/ENERGY NEXUS, RESOURCE RECOVERY, AND GREEN STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE

·         VLADIMIR NOVOTNY, Professor Emeritus at Northeastern University

·         JESSIE ISRAEL, King County Wastewater

·         TRACY TACKETT, Seattle Public Utilities

·         DANIEL ZITOMER, Professor at Marquette University

Continued interactive case study of SEATTLE’S INTERBAY NEIGHBORHOOD

 

FRIDAY, JAN 31   

ECOCITIES – CITIES OF THE FUTURE IN THE WORLD

·         KAREN SANDS, Manager of Sustainability, Metropolitan Milwaukee Sewerage District

·         VLADIMIR NOVOTNY, Professor Emeritus at Northeastern University

PLUS a tour of the newly constructed Brightwater Treatment Plant, an advanced regional water quality facility.

 

SUPPORTED BY: Seattle Public Utilities & King County WTD - Working Together to Protect our Waterways

OFFERED BY: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Continuing Education

CREDITS: 1.8/pdhs: 18/AICP CM: 18 | FEE: $695

WHERE: Brightwater Education Center, thirty minutes from downtown Seattle

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