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TODAY: "Sustainable Systems: 3 Local Solutions" (San Francisco)

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  • Asha Agrawal
    [From http://www.ybca.org/join/events.aspx] YBCA and House of Campari present Sustainable Systems: 3 Local Solutions Wed, Aug 27, 2008 ? YBCA 6?8:30 pm /
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      YBCA and House of Campari present
      Sustainable Systems: 3 Local Solutions
      Wed, Aug 27, 2008 ? YBCA

      6?8:30 pm / Conversation: 7 ? 8 pm

      Limited seating. Please RSVP to 415.373.0185
      RSVP by invitation only and required. You must be over the age of 21 to

      Urban populations will grow faster in the coming years than ever before.
      The Bay Area has been a region at the forefront of urban sustainability,
      and continues to spawn many environmentally minded initiatives that hold
      the promise of affecting urban design and policy in other cities around
      the country and the globe. Join us as three individuals based in the Bay
      Area talk about their initiatives for sustainable urban living. John Bela,
      architect, designer, and member of the artist collective Rebar, is the
      designer of the City Hall Victory Gardens, a collaborative project
      currently on view in the public sphere. Shruti Narayan of the design firm
      Arup is the project manager on the sustainable design strategies for the
      new building of the California Academy of Sciences. Jerome Waag, a
      performance artist and chef at Chez Panisse restaurant explores the urban
      environment as a site for the production of food in his latest project
      OPEN City at New Langton Arts. The panel is moderated by Berin Golonu,
      YBCA's Associate Visual Arts Curator and co-curator of YBCA's upcoming
      exhibition The Gatherers: Greening our Urban Spheres.

      YBCA and House of Campari are honored to co-host this event with Slow Food
      Slow Food Nation is the largest celebration of food in America. Connecting
      plates to the planet.
      Learn more at www.slowfoodnation.org

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