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2010 Sustainability Breakfast Series

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Thursday, Jan. 7, 2010

Continental Breakfast and Registration: 7:30 a.m.
Seminar: 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.

Please join us on Thursday, January 7 as Waller Lansden hosts the first in a series of Sustainability Breakfasts. The 2010 Sustainability Breakfast Series opens with a candid discussion of sustainable building practices and policies in Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Our conversation will focus on “lessons learned,” and we’ll hear from a panel of community and business leaders on what the future may hold for public and private projects in the region with respect to sustainable design and green building practices. Panelists for the inaugural Sustainability Breakfast will include:

Jimmy Granbery
CEO, H. G. Hill Realty Company, LLC.

Mike Jameson
Councilmember, Metro Nashville Council District 6

Bert Mathews
President, The Mathews Company

Joni Priest
Metro Nashville Planning Department

Sharon Smith
Metro Nashville Mayor's Office

Waller Lansden Conference Center
511 Union Street, Suite 2700
Nashville, TN 37219

Limited complimentary parking is available in the building. Please enter the garage from Union Street (behind the Tennessee Performing Arts Center). Alternate parking is available at the Hermitage Hotel (Sixth Avenue North between Union & Church Streets) or McKendree Parking Center (Sixth Avenue North between Church and Commerce Streets).

To register:
There is no cost to attend, but seating is limited. For further information and to RSVP, please contact Aja Hendrix via email or by calling 615-850-8899.

2010 Sustainability Breakfast Series
The 2010 Sustainability Breakfast Series, hosted by Waller Lansden, includes six complimentary programs focusing on sustainability issues related to city planning, transportation, and the built environment in and around Nashville. These events will bring together leading minds within the community—business leaders, government officials, and others—who will share their perspectives on a wide range of topics relating to sustainability. Our objective is to get below the surface of the issues, involving differing opinions, and provide fertile ground where innovative ideas can blossom and different parties can work in concert. Each session will include a moderated panel to kick-off the conversation. We invite you to take part in the meaningful dialogue about Nashville's sustainable future.

Below is the full schedule for the 2010 Sustainability Breakfast Series:

January 7
Learning from our past successes: A review of Nashville's current and past sustainable building practices and policies.

February 4
Green building for Healthcare: Changes in the market.

March 4
Striving for energy efficiency and alternative energy: Creating synergy in Tennessee's built environment.

April 8
Increasing connectivity: What transportation changes should be coming down the pipeline in Nashville and Middle Tennessee?

May 6
Retrofitting yesterday's buildings to meet tomorrow's energy demands: to replace or to retrofit, that is the questions?

June 3
What we can do to achieve the goal of making Nashville the greenest city in the Southeast?

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