2013 Government Confluence
May 15, 2013
8:00 am - 5:30 pm
Town Hall Seattle, 1119 8th Ave., Seattle, Washington
The 2013 Government Confluence will gather sustainability leaders in the public sector from across the bioregion for an intensive day of inspiration and peer-to-peer learning. Government staff and elected officials will share success stories and address persistent challenges faced by local governments in advancing a sustainability agenda.
Confluence attendees are elected officials, planners, engineers, city managers and civil servants who support a tranfsormation toward a built environment that is socially just, culturally rich and ecologically restorative.
The 2013 Government Confluence is co-hosted by Cascadia Green Building Council and King County Green Tools and is produced in conjunction with the Living Future unConference and will share a theme of "Resilience & Regeneration." Education sessions will focus on a new generation of policy, partnerships and infrastructure.
Registration for this day-long event is $50 per person. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
2013 Government Confluence attendees are eligible to register to attend the Living Future unConference at a discounted rate of $650.
Confluence attendees are also eligible to attend the Living Future opening Reception + Keynote at a discounted rate of $50.
Continuing Education Units
Government Confluence education sessions will be submitted to APA for self-reporting AICP, as well as eight (8) AIA and GBCI continuing education units.
About Cascadia Green Building Council: Cascadia is a chapter of the US Green Building Council and the Canada Green Building Council, with offices in British Columbia, Washington and Oregon. Cascadia's mission is to lead a transformation toward a built environment that is socially just, culturally rich and ecologically restorative. Cascadia pursues its mission through a comprehensive program of education, outreach, advocacy and innovation.
About King County Green Tools: The GreenTools program is designed to help all King County stakeholders green their built environment while addressing critical environmental issues, such as global warming, critical habitat restoration and solid waste reduction. GreenTools provides technical assistance, grants and hands-on training to help users create green projects efficiently and effectively.