Smart Growth Speaker Series
The Smart Growth Speaker Series is sponsored by EPA, the National Building Museum and the Smart Growth Network. The series presents a variety of approaches and tools for encouraging development that benefits the economy, community, public health, and the environment. It explores transportation choices, best development practices, energy and resource efficiency, architecture and design, local activism, regional approaches, land use, environmental impacts, industrial development and other topics related to smarter growth.
The Speaker Series is held once each month at the National Building Museum, 401 F Street N.W, Washington D.C. (Judiciary Square Metro). Attendance is always free, but registration is now required for Smart Growth Speaker Series programs. Registration is for event planning purposes only and does not guarantee a seat. Online registration for National Building Museum programs closes one day before the scheduled date. Walk-in registration is available beginning one hour prior to each program and is based on availability. Learn about upcoming lectures, watch and listen to past programs, and register for events through the NBM's calendar.
Audio recordings of many of the Smart Growth Speaker Series lectures are also available at Smart Growth Online
Through a partnership among EPA, the National Building Museum, and Public Radio International's "Living on Earth," many of the Smart Growth Speaker Series programs can now be heard on your favorite local public radio station. Check your local radio schedule for program times, or listen online at www.loe.org
To get regular announcements about the Smart Growth Speaker Series, please e-mail your name, organization, address, phone, and e-mail address to Roberta White (firstname.lastname@example.org).