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NSCW 2015 - Innovative Techniques for Creating Sustainable Communities

  • 15 Apr 2015
  • 8:00 AM
  • Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House, One Bowling Green New York, NY 10004

Registration

  • Special discount for members of the New York City Brownfield Partnership, only use this option if you are a member of the NYCBP
  • • Logo placement in all marketing and promotional materials and program materials
    • Recognition as Coffee Break Sponsor with an exclusive logo poster in break area
    • Recognition as Coffee Break Sponsor from the podium and in the sponsor recognition presentation
    • Two (2) free passes to the conference
    • Company logo advertised on table top displays
  • • Exhibit space and table in lunch area
    • Logo recognition as an exhibitor in all promotional materials
    • One (1) free pass to the conference
    • Company logo will be advertised on table top displays
  • • Logo recognition in all promotional materials
    • Recognition as a Supporting Sponsor from the podium and in the sponsor recognition presentation
    • One (1) free pass to the conference
    • Company logo advertised on table top displays

Registration is closed


Join Us in NYC on April 15, 2015

IMPACT: Innovative Techniques for Creating Sustainable Communities

Event: Northeast Sustainable Communities Workshop

When: April 15, 2015

Where:  Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House
              One Bowling Green
              New York, NY

The Northeast Sustainable Communities Workshop (NSCW), now in its 6th year, has sold out all previous years in Newark, NJ, Bridgeport, CT, Jersey City, NJ and New York City. Started by a varied regional group of environmental professionals, its vision is a lively, intense exchange of ideas regarding sustainability and brownfields. NSCW always attempts to break new ground, offer new ideas and posit new concepts on the topics of sustainability, collaboration and leverage, contamination, resiliency, brownfields, technology and their impact on community revitalization. In 2015, NSCW includes "Impact" right in the name of this conference.

As always, those in the center of these policy decisions are invited to speak in panel format without PowerPoint so there is plenty of time for challenges and questions from all workshop participants. Everyone who attends NSCW Impact is an active participant in shaping the ideas, projects and policies that will guide the revitalization and redevelopment of our region - CT, NY, NJ, and PA - for years to come. The impact of the day is to have everyone leave more knowledgeable, more committed, and more inspired to influence the changes necessary in our professional and personal lives to create a more enduring and resilient life working with, and not against, nature.

Keynote Speaker: Leigh Gallagher, Author and Assistant Managing Editor at Fortune Magazine

Is this the end of the Suburbs and what does this mean for Sustainability? Leigh Gallagher, Author and Assistant Managing Editor at Fortune Magazine, will share her research and findings on this topic. She will discuss how the American Dream is shifting away from the traditional suburban offerings, and what this could mean for our nation's communities and their future development.

NSCW is an event approved for USEPA Brownfield Grantees. Contact your USEPA Regional Brownfield Coordinator.


Register at early bird rates! Rates will increase on March 20, 2015. Don't wait, as this event has sold out in the past and will likely sell out again!

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