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Subject: Fwd: [NNECAPA] The first of many Audio Visual conference opportunities!
Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2007 12:49:09 -0400
From: Lani Ravin <[log in to unmask]>
To: Michelle Mullarky-Smith:;

Hi Michelle,
I am planning to attend this web conference. Do you know if anyone else at UVM is planning to attend this, or even knows about it?

If so, I'd love to carpool...



I know I just sent this notice out, but after having received several inquiries re: attendance, I would like to suggest that folks who would like to carpool to this event post their offer of rides or ride-shares on [log in to unmask]

There seems to be a lot of interest, but I myself will not be able to attend, so would prefer to not coordinate the carpooling efforts.

Best Wishes for successful carpooling!


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Thank you.

Good Afternoon Planners,

NNECAPA has partnered with the state planning associations, VPA, NHPA, and MAP, to offer you the APA Audio Visual conference series.  Each state will be hosting one to two live broadcasts and then each state will have an opportunity to re-present those broadcasts with the use of a CD.  Although our final schedule has not been determined for all sessions, we do have one coming up in Vermont and hope you can attend.  These sessions are free of charge and CM credits for AICP planners will be offered.  For more information on this first session, see below:


What:  Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (L.E.E.D) for Neighborhoods, web conference.

When: Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Time:  4:00 PM - 5:30 PM, discussion to follow

Where: Vermont Law School, Map Room, Debevoise Hall 

Hosted by: Vermont Law School Land Use Institute, Northern New England Chapter of the American Planners Association and Vermont Planners Association

Description:  The green building movement, which focuses on the environmental quality and impact of the design, construction, and operation of buildings, has expanded to the neighborhood level. Find out how green building practices are being linked to smart growth, urban design, and public health through LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) for Neighborhood Development.  Learn about tried-and-true practices and new techniques and tools that can improve the environmental quality of your community, making it more sustainable for the future.

Panel Speakers: Christopher Duerksen, Clarion Assoc; Bert Gregory, Mithun Corp; Walker Wells, AICP, Global Green USA; and Megan Lewis, AICP, American Planning Association.

RSVP: Space is limited, please RSVP to Paula Mangold at [log in to unmask].


*the session is eligible for AICP CM credits*


In addition, Peter Barnes, co-founder of Working Assets and author of Capitalism 3.0, will be on campus elsewhere at the same time, so participants can catch discussion with him (and signing of his new book, Climate Solutions: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly) after the web session.



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Lani Ravin
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Campus Planning Services
University of Vermont
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Burlington, Vermont 05405

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Michelle Smith Mullarkey
Green Building Coordinator
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The University of Vermont
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Burlington, VT  05405

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