NJ/PA Sustainability Symposium

Rutgers-Camden, Brandywine Realty Trust, Flaster Greenberg

Date:        Thursday, March 31, 2011
Time:        7:30 am - 2:00 pm
Location:  Rutgers University Camden Campus, Gordon Theater

Public officials, business and community leaders and university professors will convene on March 31, 2011 to explore the latest developments in sustainability. The half-day symposium will focus on the latest in regional planning, funding opportunities, and community involvement, and will explore how businesses, universities, hospitals and municipalities will engage and execute their sustainability plans in 2011.

With pending changes in New Jersey's Energy Master Plan and likely impacts in renewable portfolio standards and the electricity grid, it is critical to understand the economic, policy and green energy implications at the federal and state levels.

This comprehensive symposium will also highlight regional cutting-edge technological advances and thought leaders, such as:

And much more!

Whether you are just starting on the green journey or you have years of experience deploying strategies and dollars, there is something for you at the NJ/PA Sustainability Symposium.

The symposium will open with breakfast keynote speaker Lee Solomon, President of the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, followed by a series of breakout sessions. Upendra Chivukula, Assemblyman, New Jersey Legislature, will lead the lunch session with his featured presentation. Both Solomon and Chivukula are driving forces in front of and behind the NJ Energy Master Plan. Daniel Kidd, Architect with Bjarke Ingles Group (BIG), an internationally renowned architectural practice, will round out the day with his keynote presentation immediately following lunch. 

In addition to our prestigious keynote speakers, attendees will have the choice of 15 educational offerings from the introductory level to the very advanced.

Key Trade Association Supporters

Corporate Sponsors

Industry Leader Panelists

Admission for this event is free. Advanced registration is strongly encouraged. Program schedules, times and speakers are subject to change or substitution without notice.

To learn more about the symposium, the panelists, programming or other related information, please visit www.sustainabilitysymposium.org.

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