March 11, 2021 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
ReVisioning Sustainability provides a comprehensive look at macro-scale questions and possible solutions for comprehensive sustainability in The City Different. The built environment is the major source of global demand for energy and materials that produce
the greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate change. In order to avert its worst impacts, how can local policies that govern transportation, water use, building construction, and renewable energy meaningfully contribute to meeting crucial carbon
reduction targets in the next 10 years? How can these same measures simultaneously allow Santa Fe to achieve increased density, smarter growth, sustainable preservation, and equitable access to clean energy?
- Erick J. Aune, AICP — Planner & Officer, Santa Fe Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)
- Jesse Roach — Director, City of Santa Fe Water Division
- Mariel Nanasi — Executive Director & President, New Energy Economy
- Jean Carroon, FAIA — Principal, Design—Preservation & Sustainability, Goody Clancy
- Anthony Guida, AIA – Director of Sustainability, AOS Architects and President, FASF
How to Attend
To register and learn more about the upcoming ReVisioning Sustainability panelists and moderator, or to download reference text, please visit www.architecturesantafe.org/rh-sustainability-panel.
Note: Due to COVID-19 concerns, Revisioning History sessions will take place via ZOOM webinar until further notice.