PA/NJ Sustainability Symposium Scheduled for March 29

PHILADELPHIA—Now in its second year, the PA/NJ Sustainability Symposium brings together industry, university and community leaders to share best practices, ask challenging questions and provide up-to-date information about sustainability in the Delaware Valley.

The event will feature these keynote speakers:

*Mayor Michael A. Nutter discussing the Philly Green Works program

*Roger Platt, executive vice president of the US Green Building Council

*Henry H. Chamberlain, president and CEO of BOMA International

The 15 panels will cover a range of topics, such as energy management systems, community engagement, building retrofits, starting a sustainable business, electric cars, LEED/Energy Star issues and more. Panelists include Kevin Kampschroer, director of high energy buildings for GSA; Judy Wicks, founder of BALLE; Rob Watson, a founder of LEED; Leisha John, Americas Director of Environmental Sustainability at Ernst and Young; Audrey Zibelman, CEO of Viridity and other industry leaders.

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