Photos from the Regional 2011 NJ/PA Sustainability Symposium

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Camden, NJ

The 2011 NJ/PA Sustainability Symposium on March 31st at Rutgers University-Camden drew approximately 400 attendees from the region’s business, academic, healthcare and government sectors.


Above, speakers assemble before the opening keynote session. (From left: Mitchell R. Cohen, Esq. and Frank J. Riesenburger, Esq., from sponsor Flaster Greenberg; Brad A. Molotsky of sponsor Brandywine Realty Trust; John G. Koch, Esq., Flaster Greenberg; and Rayman Solomon, Dean and Professor of Law, from sponsor Rutgers School of Law-Camden.)

At left, Flaster Greenberg's John G. Koch, who is accredited as a LEED® Green Associate, discusses issues with Lori Braunstein, Executive Director, Sustainable Cherry Hill (right).


At left, symposium sponsor Flaster Greenberg’s Frank Riesenburger, Esq., who led a panel discussion on electric vehicles, pauses with two conference attendees to examine the electric car on display for the event.


At the podium (far right), symposium sponsor Flaster Greenberg’s Mitchell R. Cohen leads a panel discussion about solar and wind power purchase agreements. Panel members include (from left) Scott Downie, Principal, Spiezle Architectural Group; Jeff Weiss, Managing Director, Distributed Sun’s Solar Energy Investment Company; and Michele Siekerka, Assistant Commissioner, Economic Growth & Green Energy, Department of Environmental Protection.


Symposium sponsors assemble before the luncheon keynote session. Luncheon keynote speaker, NJ Assemblyman Upendra Chivukula, is seen here with (from left), Mitchell R. Cohen, Franklin J. Riesenburger, John G. Koch, from symposium sponsor Flaster Greenberg PC. At the far right is Brad A. Molotsky of symposium sponsor Brandywine Realty Trust.


One of the breakout sessions was led by symposium sponsor Flaster Greenberg’s Mitchell R. Cohen (at podium) who explained to a packed room how to finance solar and wind energy projects.


Speakers included leaders in alternative energy and sustainable design from around the world. Featured speaker Daniel Kidd (right), an architect and project leader with Denmark’s Bjarke Ingles Group, converses prior to his speech with John G. Koch from symposium sponsor Flaster Greenberg PC.

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