Living with Water, Discussion and Site Tour

New Orleanians and our coastal neighbors have long been defined by our resilient relationship with water. As we face the challenges of flooding, land subsidence and aging infrastructure - now more than ever we know how crucial it is to protect and restore our coasts and wetlands - and that we must include water management in our politics, our urban design, and our personal choices at home. 

In coordination with the Greater New Orleans Foundation's Urban Water Series on June 19th and the EPA Region 6 Conference in New Orleans June17th-21stGlobal Green presents:

Living with Water, Discussion and Site Tour
Thursday, June 20th 
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Propeller, 4035 Washington Avenue
New Orleans, LA

Join us at 5:30pm and enjoy delicious locally-sourced foods, juices and wines - all thanks to our generous friends at Whole Foods Market and Beaucoup Juice, fellow Eat Local Challenge sponsors Café Reconcile… and more!


Scheduled Topics and Presenters, June 20th

Coastal Issues and Innovative Blue Carbon Opportunity 
- Jeff Supak, LA Wetlands Action Program, Global Green

Urban Water Design and Green Infrastructure in New Orleans
- Madeline Goddard, Sewerage & Water Board
- David Waggonner/Aron Chang, Waggonner & Ball Architects

Water Management for Your Home and Neighborhood 

- Monica Rowand, Water Wise, Global Green
- Kimberly Ellis, Holy Cross Project, Global Green
- Demetria Christo, Eco Urban Sustainable Landscaping, LLC

Washington & Broad Sustainable Water Features Site Tour/Demo
- Colleen Morgan, Bayou Rebirth




*Global Green proudly partners with the AIA, New Orleans Chapter and USGBC, Louisiana Chapter in hosting The Sustainability Series, a monthly panel presentation and community discussion focusing on issues of sustainability and environmental responsibility. FREE and open to the public. CEU’s available for registered AIA members.* 

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