Have you registered yet for the 2013 CitiesAlive Conference? The Early Bird Registration and Trade Show Deadlines have been extended to this Friday, July 26, 2013 – don’t miss your opportunity to save up to $300!
Held on October 23 -26 in beautiful San Francisco, the 2013 CitiesAlive theme is Securing Urban Resiliency with Living Architecture: Food – Water – Energy
“CitiesAlive offers a unique opportunity to explore how we can design buildings and communities focused on resiliency, using innovative tools such as living architecture. In light of extreme weather we must ensure that we are securing urban resiliency in our cities. People must have access to clean water, and secure energy and food.
• Panel on resiliency with visionary designers including Eric Corey Freed (organicARCHITECT) and Peter Busby (Perkins+Will)
• Opening plenary exploring the San Francisco TransBay Terminal, with leaders such as Harlan L. Kelly Jr. (San Francisco Public Utilities Commission) and Adam Greenspan (PWP Landscape Architecture)
• Over 95 speakers exploring how green infrastructure is a key solution in creating resilient urban spaces, with a strong focus
on food, water, and energy
• Nightlife and delegate reception at the phenomenal California Academy of Sciences
• And much, much more
Tell GRHC how living architecture can help us build more resilient cities, and you could win a free delegate pass to CitiesAlive.
Read the CitiesAlive 4-page center spread in the new issue of the Living Architecture Monitor: the Business Case issue.
Please visit citiesalive.org for more info or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you in the beautiful City by the Bay? Although always a pleasure and one of my favorite cities in the world, I’m sure it will be awesome in the fall. CitiesAlive 2013 is not to be missed!
~ Linda V., ASLA, LEED AP, GRP