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April 25, 2012
Students with an interest in sustainability and the built environment are encouraged to attend this session.
Ed Mazria, revolutionary architect and advocate for carbon neutral buildings, has waived student fees so that all CSU students may attend his presentation at the School of Global Environmental Sustainability Climate Change and the Built Environment symposium.
Mazria, the founder of the Architecture 2030 Challenge and who is on the cutting edge of designing buildings and cities which stop the carbon emissions that contribute significantly to climate change and global warming, is a great resource for students to learn more about architecture and sustainability. All faculty are requested to encourage their students to attend this lecture at 11 a.m. April 27 in Lory Student Center, Room 230.
The Morning Session is free to CSU students. Breakfast (7:30-8:30), lunch and refreshments included for paid registration only.
To attend additional sessions at the Climate Change and the Built Environment symposium, participants and CSU students will need to register. The registration website is currently closed, but you may register on-site in the Lory Student Center in front of room 230 on Friday, April 27, between 7:30- 8:30 a.m.
For more information about the symposium or to view other sessions, visit the School of Global Environmental Sustainability website.