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Update: Mandating Green Building: Sticks vs. Carrots (UPC Speakers Series Event)

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  • Marian Duran
    The Urban Planning Coalition (UPC) presents: The UPC Speaker Series Fall 2008 Event Topic: Mandating Green Building: Sticks vs. Carrots (This will be a panel
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 20, 2008
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      The Urban Planning Coalition (UPC) presents:
      The UPC Speaker Series Fall 2008 Event
      Topic: Mandating Green Building: Sticks vs. Carrots (This will be a panel discussion not a debate)
      Date: Thursday, November 13, 2008
       
      Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm - Light Refreshments 
       
      Place: San Jose State University Student Union, Almaden Conference Room (not MLK Library)
      Location Map: http://www.sjsu.edu/about_sjsu/docs/SJSU_campus_map.pdf

      Panelists from:
      The City of San Jose - http://www.sanjoseca.gov/
      Silicon Valley Leadership Group - http://svlg.net/
      The Urban Land Institute and Young Leaders Group Member- http://www.uli.org/
      The Core Companies - http://www.thecorecompanies.com/
       
      Description of Topic: Discussion on Mandating Green Building: Sticks v. Carrots - States, municipalities, and local government agencies across California are expanding green design and construction into public policy. Various public entities are mandating green building and/or are creating incentives to achieve various city wide goals, expedite building permits, density bonuses, and reduce permitting fees. However, some developers and contractors may find the move toward more green building an obstacle for developing affordable housing. This discussion will give participants a closer look at how professionals are dealing with these challenges and incentives.
       
      AICP Certification Maintenance credits have been applied for and are under review by APA National.
       
      For more information regarding this event please contact Taryn Hanano at sjsu.upc@....

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