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Sep 18
  • 8am to Sep 27 at 5pm

    Posted by Emma

    CitiesAlive New York: 16th Annual Green Roof & Wall Conference

    CitiesAlive is North America's leading forum to discuss benefits and strategies of green roof and wall design, installation, and maintenance and works to influence policy discussion, development and implementation. This interdisciplinary conference features presentations on research, design, and policy.

    This event serves as host to sessions, expert panels, networking, and the annual Green Roof and Wall Awards of Excellence program.

    Pre-Register Today!

  • Sep 24 at 8am to Sep 27 at 5pm

    Posted by Emma

    CitiesAlive New York: 16th Annual Green Roof & Wall Conference (continued)

    CitiesAlive is North America's leading forum to discuss benefits and strategies of green roof and wall design, installation, and maintenance and works to influence policy discussion, development and implementation. This interdisciplinary conference features presentations on research, design, and policy.

    This event serves as host to sessions, expert panels, networking, and the annual Green Roof and Wall Awards of Excellence program.

    Pre-Register Today!

  • Sep 24 at 8am to Sep 27 at 5pm

    Posted by Emma

    CitiesAlive New York: 16th Annual Green Roof & Wall Conference (continued)

    CitiesAlive is North America's leading forum to discuss benefits and strategies of green roof and wall design, installation, and maintenance and works to influence policy discussion, development and implementation. This interdisciplinary conference features presentations on research, design, and policy.

    This event serves as host to sessions, expert panels, networking, and the annual Green Roof and Wall Awards of Excellence program.

    Pre-Register Today!

  • Sep 24 at 8am to Sep 27 at 5pm

    Posted by Emma

    CitiesAlive New York: 16th Annual Green Roof & Wall Conference (continued)

    CitiesAlive is North America's leading forum to discuss benefits and strategies of green roof and wall design, installation, and maintenance and works to influence policy discussion, development and implementation. This interdisciplinary conference features presentations on research, design, and policy.

    This event serves as host to sessions, expert panels, networking, and the annual Green Roof and Wall Awards of Excellence program.

    Pre-Register Today!

Oct 18
  • 4pm - 6:30pm EDT

    Posted by Paul

    The Nature Health Connection: Biophilic Practices for a Healthy, Livable DC

    Event Details

    What is Biophilia?

    Biophilia is defined as a "love of life" and recognizes the human need to connect with the natural world.   Biophilic design and planning increases access to nature, light, and biodiversity in order to reduce stress, promote healing, foster creativity, and improve cognitive function.


    Who Should Attend?

    Policy makers, architects, landscape architects, educators, public health professionals, wildlife advocates and wildlife biologists, planners, environmental and park advocates, business leaders, artists, food advocates, gardeners, citizens, and all interested stakeholders.

     

    How do I get to UDC?
    The UDC David A. Clarke School of Law is located at at 4340 Connecticut Avenue NW, Room 518 – at the Van Ness-UDC Metro station (red line). Limited parking is available on campus for a fee. Paid street parking is also available.

    Please register at the Eventbrite link:

    https://biophiliafall2018.eventbrite.com


     

    4:00 - 4:05

     

    Welcome 

    Dr. Sabine O'Hara, CAUSES, University of the District of Columbia (UDC)

     

    Director Tommy Wells, Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE)

     



    4:05 - 6:05

     

    Reports by Biophilia Workgroups

     

    Landscape and Building Design - Anica Landreau, HOK, and Teresa Rainey, EYP Architecture & Engineering

     

    Biodiversity and Wildlife - Damien Ossi, Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE), and Jessica Sanders, Casey Trees

     

    Food and Gardening - Ashley Delgado, Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), and Cheryl Dixon

     

    Healing, Healthcare, and Design - Joann Jolly, DC Health, and Dana Oprisan, MD, EDAC, LEED AP BD+C, Assoc. AIA

     

    Parks and Recreation - Katie Rehwaldt, Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR), and Anthony DeLorenzo, Department of General Services (DGS)

     

    Arts, Education, and Citizen Science - Stella Tarnay, Biophilic DC, and Rebecca Davis, DC Environmental Consortium (DCEEC)

     



    Which Projects Are the Most Promising?  Are there opportunities to combine efforts?  Group Discussion

    Wrap up

    Mary Lynn Wilhere, DOEE

     


    PARTNERS:

                 


     

     

     


    How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

    Please contact Mary Lynn Wilhere, Urban Sustainability Administration, Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) at her desk (202) 535-1939, cell phone (202) 870-2924, or email, marylynn.wilhere@dc.gov.  

     

     

    Have questions about The Nature Health Connection: Biophilic Practices for a Healthy, Livable DC? Contact Department of Energy & Environment
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