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Green 2015: An Action Plan for the First 500 Acres
Tuesday, December 7, 2010 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EST)
Philadelphia, United States
6:00 pm: Reception
We now know more than ever the importance of park space to the health of our communities. Join Mayor Nutter and Parks and Recreation Commissioner Michael DiBerardinis at this special edition of the Urban Sustainability Forum to launch the city's action plan for creating new park space across Philadelphia. This will include an announcement of early action projects that grew out of the planning process, technical presentation, and panel.
- The Honorable Michael A. Nutter, Mayor, City of Philadelphia
- Gary Jastrzab, Executive Director, Philadelphia Urban Planning Commission
- Michael DiBerardinis, Commissioner and Special Advisor to the Mayor, Philadelphia Parks and Recreation
- Harris Steinberg, Executive Director, Penn Praxis
Green2015 is a project led by Philadelphia Parks and Recreation in coordination with Greenworks Philadelphia and the City Planning Commission's comprehensive planning process.The project is supported with funds from the William Penn Foundation and Lenfest Foundation.
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT WE ARE EXPECTING AN OVERFLOW CROWD FOR THIS EVENT. WE EXPECT TO HAVE SEATING AVAILABLE IN THE AUDITORIUM OR IN THE OVERFLOW AREA FOR ALL WHO ATTEND, HOWEVER, AUDITORIUM SEATING WILL BE AVAILABLE ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS.
When & Where
The Academy of Natural Sciences, Center for Environmental Policy
The goals of the Center for Environmental Policy (CEP) at the Academy of Natural Sciences are to evaluate key issues of environmental policy, facilitate dialogues and decision-making on environmental topics, and inform the public from both an academic as well as a practical perspective. CEP answers the need for a non-partisan, science-based organization that is capable of accessing and guiding a myriad of public and private stakeholders. For more information about current CEP projects and initiatives, please visit: http://www.ansp.org/environmental