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2nd Annual Green Brooklyn Conference: The Sustainable City

Brooklyn Center for the Urban Environment is excited to present the 2006 Green Brooklyn Conference: The Sustainable City, sponsored by Consolidated Edison. With discussion panels, hands-on workshops, and exhibitor tables; the conference will bring new energy and excitement to discourse on the built and natural environments and how to transform Brooklyn and all of New York into a more sustainable city. The moderated discussion Panels are entitled, "The Built Environment: Sustainable Development for the 21st Century" and "The Natural Environment: Conservation, Energy and Sustainable Food for a Cleaner Greener Environment." Workshop topics may include greening education, shopping for green products, or transportation alternatives. Panelists and Exhibitors will include: Council on the Environment of NYC, NYC Office of Sustainable Design, NYSERDA, Earth Pledge, Slow Food USA, Bettencourt Green Building Supplies, Jonathan Rose Companies, Green Maps, Food Change, Sustainable South Bronx, and many more.

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