Green building leaders from around the globe have penciled in "the unconference for deep green professionals" also known as the Living Future Conference held this year in Seattle from May 5-7. The theme for this years' educational program will be "Building Hope: Revaluing Community." Keynote speakers will include Janine Benyus, Biomimicry Guild co-founder and innovation consultant as well as renowned author, Jason F. McLennan, CEO of Cascadia, Denis Hayes, past-presenter serving as the Bullitt Foundation President and CEO, and lastly Thomas Crum who speaks Internationally about conflict resolution and stress management.
Collaborating with others on fresh design strategies and current technical information will help provide attendees with an exceptional learning and networking experience. Nathan Benjamin of PlanetReuse will proudly be attending and serving as a panelist during the session titled "The Living Learning Center: One Year Later and Beyond." The Living Learning Center in St. Louis, Missouri was opened in May 2009 and is awaiting its Living Building certification. Session presenters will be St. Louis principal of Hellmuth + Bicknese Architects, Daniel F. Hellmuth and Neil Myers, founding principal of Williams Creek Consulting. Consider attending this event and you won't be disappointed!
For more event information, check out the Living Future Conference website here.