Alumni Weekend 2010: The Future is Green: Building Sustainable Urban Communities





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Published on May 25, 2010

"Going green" is about more than simply planting a tree or recycling a soda can. Achieving a sustainable urban community requires attention to public transit, infrastructure improvements, local agriculture, and much more.

This discussion addressed how cutting-edge science and technology, along with common sense, are creating increasingly sustainable urban environments.

Panelists included Eugenie Birch, Lawrence C. Nussdorf Professor of Urban Research and Education; Laura Blau, GAR'95, Principal Architect at BluPath Design; Gregory Krykewycz, C'00, Senior Transportation Planner for the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission; Anne Papageorge, Vice President of Facilities and Real Estate Services; and Matthew L. Scullin, C'05, Founder and CEO, Alphabet Energy, Inc.

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