Space is limited for this free webinar, so register online today!
Based on research sponsored by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), this webinar will highlight some of the current activities, leading practices and achievements of sustainable communities created through a comprehensive, integrated approach to sustainability that is supported by inclusive engagement, equal access to services, and livable neighborhoods. The webinar will present findings from this study and feature presentations from three communities (Lewiston, ME; Washtenaw County & the City of Ann Arbor, MI; and Fort Collins, CO) whose policies, programs, and initiatives have facilitated their progress in achieving greater social equity and sustainability.
You and your staff will discuss:
- Current activities of local governments nation-wide that increase social sustainability.
- Strategies for increasing public participation and promoting inclusive programming, especially in communities with diverse and low-income populations.
- Engaging in public-private and multijurisdictional partnerships that increase capacity to address social equity issues.
- Establishing and resourcing an integrated approach to sustainability within local government.
- Bruce Hendee, Assistant City Manager & Chief Sustainability Officer, City of Fort Collins, CO
- Ed Barrett, City Administrator, City of Lewiston, ME
- Phil Nadeau, Deputy City Administrator, City of Lewiston, ME
- Community leaders from Washtenaw County and the City of Ann Arbor, Michigan (Speakers TBA)
- September 22 - February 21, 2020
- 01:00 pm 02:30 pm
- Member Price:Not available
- Non-Member:Not available