I missed these when I compiled my calendar of events for this week, but I learned from the Center on Sustainable Communities that Edward Mazria, an “internationally recognized architect, author, educator and visionary,” is in central Iowa today and tomorrow.
Mazria will present “Now, it’s Personal….A three-pronged solution for achieving energy independence and solving climate change via the business sector, the largest energy consumer in the U.S.. ”
He is giving a free lecture in Ames tonight:
Wednesday, September 24th
Iowa State University
College of Design
He will speak on the same topic tomorrow at lunchtime:
Des Moines Luncheon
Thursday, September 25th
11:30a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Arthur Davis Conference Room
Greater Des Moines Partnership
700 Locust St., Suite 100, Des Moines
Cost to attend is $20 for COSC members, $30 for non-members. (Price includes lunch.)
Questions? Contact Meg Fitz at 515-286-4934 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can learn more about Edward Mazria and his 2030 challenge at http://www.mazria.com.
Sounds like an interesting program. If anyone goes to hear Mazria, please post a comment or a diary afterwards.