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WISE: Resilient Communities

A BE-Ex forum
Wednesday, Jun 14, 2017 8:30 am
to 10:00 am

Location
Building Energy Exchange

About the Event

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Building Energy Exchange is proud to present the third year of WISE: Women in Sustainability and Energy, a lecture series and networking forum showcasing women leaders in the sustainability and energy fields.

The theme of WISE 2017 is “A Year of Action.” Each event in the 2017 series will advance the dialogue on what we can do, as individuals and as a community, to take action and ensure a more sustainable future.

Join us for the second event of the series, “WISE: Resilient Communities.” 

This panel discussion will feature female professionals whose careers have been built upon advancing the resiliency and equity of our communities, in large part through the development and implementation of environmental policy. 

SPEAKERS
Marcia Bystryn, President, New York League of Conservation Voters
Laurie Schoeman, Program Director, Green Communities, Enterprise Community Partners
Additional speakers to be announced

SCHEDULE
8:00 Registration & Networking
8:30 Welcoming Remarks
8:40 Discussion
9:30 Audience Dialogue
10:00 Close

Note: This program is free to students.

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Aboutwise

Women in Sustainability and Energy (WISE) showcases inspirational women leaders who are accelerating the sustainability and energy efficiency of our buildings and our  cities. This popular series brings together women from a diversity of fields to discuss cutting-edge policies, technologies, and programs; providing a networking forum and framework for year round dialogue.

In just two years, WISE has produced nine sold out events, featuring 26 women professionals, attracting over 800 attendees, and engaging many more through social media. BEEx is building on this enthusiastic response with creative WISE programming designed to support the growth and education of this community.

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Welcome to the Building Energy Exchange! Located in downtown Manhattan, we’re a resource center dedicated to advancing efficient energy and lighting design in buildings. Explore this site for helpful case studies and reports, check out our calendar for a wide range of activities and events, and follow our lively blog, Insight. Our site is growing all the time—drop us an email to contribute or comment!

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