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Designing with the Environment: Green Industries for a Green Region, May 14 - web broadcast

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    ... Designing with the Environment: A Portland Way? Forum on Sustainability and the Economy Free event sponsored by the New Economy Observatory at the
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      "Designing with the Environment: A Portland Way?"
      Forum on Sustainability and the Economy
      Free event sponsored by the New Economy Observatory at the Institute of
      Portland Metropolitan Studies, School of Urban Studies and Planning,
      Portland State University

      Please join us for a special series of Forums on sustainable development
      in the Portland region entitled "Designing with the Environment: A
      Portland Way?" underwritten by an Environmental Partnership Program
      grant from the Port of Portland. During April and May this four-part
      series will analyze the art, science, politics, policy, and bottom-line
      financial realities of designing buildings, businesses, public
      institutions, and communities with the environment in mind. Please drop
      us a line at imsforum@... <mailto:imsforum@...> if you would
      like to receive e-mail notifications with more details about this series
      or future events.

      All of the events in this series are held on Fridays from 3-5 pm at
      PSU's Urban Center, 506 SW Mill Portland, Room 204. (Campus map at this
      link http://www.pdx.edu/campus/) They will also be broadcast live on the
      web at http://www.media.pdx.edu (click on Distance Learning Center
      Stream #1 or #2). On-line viewers may participate in real time,
      submitting questions via email to imsforum@...
      <mailto:imsforum@...> . The series will be archived on the website
      of the Institute at http://www.upa.pdx.edu/IMS/about/events.html .

      "Green Industries for a Green Region"
      May 14
      Presenters: Russ Read, Kettle Foods; Roby Roberts, PPM Energy; Tim
      Smith, SERA Architects
      Panelists: Nik Blosser, Sustainable Industries Journal Northwest
      (Moderator); Stuart Cowan, Portland Development Commission; John
      Haines, Mercy Corps NW

      Sustainable industries have emerged as a part of our regional and state
      "brand identity." This runs this gamut from green power producers and
      organic food producers where sustainable practices are explicitly part
      of their business model to firms in other industries who elect to adopt
      certain green elements into existing operations. Presentations by
      industry representatives will be followed by a discussion with a panel
      of experts in economic and community development representing the
      public, private and non-profit sectors. They will be asking what makes
      it "pay" for these firms to do the right thing and why do they choose to
      do it here?

      Website Update
      Also please visit our new archive page with past forums arranged by
      topic (Environment, Economy, Equity, Regional Planning) located at
      http://www.upa.pdx.edu/IMS/about/Forumarchive.html
      <http://www.upa.pdx.edu/IMS/about/events.html> .

      Among the highlights in the archive you'll find--- "adidas Village: From
      Hospital to Corporate Headquarters" (May 23, 2003) Eric Cugnart,BOORA
      Architects; "Portland's Creative Class: The Young and the Restless" (
      April 25, 2003) Joe Cortright, economist, and a panel of young
      creatives; "Whatever happened to Equity Planning?" (June 2, 2003) Norman
      Krumholz and the late Ernie Bonner; "Regional Scenario Planning for
      Portland . . . and Los Angeles?" (September 26, 2003) John Fregonese,
      Fregonese Calthorpe Associates.
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