Nature City Forum

​NatureCity Forum, a full day exploration of green infrastructure with designers, practitioners, planners and advocates. The day will include local, regional and national case studies, as well as tools and research on the planning and implementation of green infrastructure for climate resiliency, community building, human health and ecological benefit. Come add your voice to this day long exploration and discussion. There is a fee. Baltimore, MD.

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Tackling Gentrification and Displacement in Creating Vibrant Communities

​As advocates for active transportation and connected mobility options, these pillars are essential to our work and it is important that we continue to explore ways they come together in developing healthy, active, and engaged communities. By doing so, we create opportunities for new jobs, economic vitality, and community cohesion. This webinar assumes a basic knowledge of issues related to walking and walkability.

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eeWORKS: Demonstrating the Power of Environmental Education

Participants will be joined by NAAEE’s very own Executive Director, Judy Braus, as well as two esteemed environmental education researchers: Dr. Nicole Ardoin and Alison Bowers. This dynamite team will be discussing our eeWORKS project, which is a research-to-practice initiative designed to demonstrate the impact of environmental education for achieving key outcomes.

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Healthy Places For Healthy People

Join us to hear about the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Healthy Places for Healthy People efforts across the U.S.. The webinar will include an overview presentation on the linkages between economic, human and environmental health factors followed by case studies highlighting lessons learned and key takeaways on how to advance programs and partnerships that can lead to healthier community outcomes.

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PastForward 2017

PastForward is the premier educational and networking event for those in the business of saving places, and this year’s conference in Chicago will explore many themes in historic preservation including: ReUrbanism – especially preservation’s role in creating economically and environmentally sustainable, equitable, and healthy communities; Technology – applying the next generation of technological applications to the work of saving places; and Health – better understand and advocate for the physical and psychological benefits of older and historic places.

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Conservation Conference 2017

The Conservation Conference is focused on discussions that are important for corporate conservation, employee engagement and community relations. Participants will gain valuable information and strategies to face the issues and challenges of corporate biodiversity programs, and learn techniques and best practices for successful wildlife and habitat management. Baltimore, Maryland.

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LOCUS Webinar: Financing for Projects that Don’t Pencil Out

​This is an exciting opportunity to learn about innovative ways to finance development projects. The webinar will be lead by Bob Stevens, P.E., CNU, LEED AP a professional engineer, principal for M&S Development and the president and founder of Stevens & Associates, who has over 25 years of experience leading teams in a variety of projects and disciplines.

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