Communities 2002

Sustainable Communities Symposium 2002: Green Urbanism
September 12-13, 2002

"Green Urbanism: What you and your city can do" was the theme of the Sustainable Communities Symposium 2002. The event, which attracted nearly 400 people, was at the Cleveland State University Convocation Center and was organized by the same broad-based planning committee that sponsored the major Sustainable Communities Symposium in May 2000.

The symposium began Thursday evening, September 12, with a keynote address by Scott Bernstein, president of the Center for Neighborhood Technology in Chicago and a national leader in the movement for sustainability. On Friday, September 13, the symposium included a full day of panels and break-out sessions on:

  • Green development/energy
  • Green business/neighborhoods
  • Green transportation
  • Green infrastructure
  • Green governance
  • Green economics

Cleveland Mayor Jane Campbell and Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic were luncheon speakers.

EcoCity Cleveland was pleased to serve as the fiscal agent for this event.


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Proceedings of the Sustainable Communities Symposium 2000

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