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Driving Equity Now | Just Transition: Upstream and Downstream Impacts of Decarbonization

Join us for Carlton Eley's Driving Equity Now, the closing keynote of AIA Seattle's 2021 (Virtual) Climate Leadership Summit.

AIA Seattle presents Just Transition: Upstream and Downstream Impacts of Decarbonization. Join us online, May 17-19, 2021 for AIA Seattle’s 2021 (Virtual) Climate Leadership Summit exploring the equity and social justice impacts of a transition to clean energy sources, materials, and processes. The Summit will conclude with keynote Carlton Eley’s presentation Driving Equity Now.

Researchers and advocates; stewards of the built environment; and proponents for sustainability are coming to realize that finding creative ways to encourage equitable development does not shift attention from making communities better. Instead, it results in better community outcomes, especially for underserved populations and vulnerable groups. This keynote will explore the groundswell of activity that is compelling communities to ‘find their true North’ by ensuring everyone has a safe and healthy environment in which to live, work, and play. In an era of rapid change, there is unparalleled demand and urgency from the public, planners, and local governments for policies, programs, and practices that will advance social equity by design.  

If you would like to purchase a Summit pass for discounted access to all three days of programming (8 AIA LU HSW), CLICK HERE


WEDNESDAY MAY 19

DRIVING EQUITY NOW | CARLTON ELEY

4:00 – 6:00 PM PT | Closing Keynote 

Carlton Eley, Regional Equity Initiative Manager, Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission | Carlton Eley is Regional Equity Initiative Manager for the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission.  He is responsible for leading development and implementation of equity initiatives throughout the region in collaboration with regional planning commission members and strategic partners.  He encourages planning and development solutions that are responsive to the needs of underserved communities and vulnerable populations.  Prior to joining MVRPC, Carlton led multiple projects that re-energized the American Planning Association’s focus on social equity.  Also, he was the first urban planner hired by the Office of Environmental Justice at U.S. EPA, and he managed a portfolio on equitable development.  Recently, Carlton was named the 2021 Sojourner Truth Fellow for Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan.


COST

Includes continuing education credit (2 AIA LU HSW). All sessions and speakers subject to change. 

$20 AIA Member
$20 Government + Partners

$10 Associate Member
$30 Non-Member
FREE Student

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Registration deadline: Thursday, May 13, 5:00pm PT. All registration and credit questions can be directed to Zoe Guckenheimer

Reduced rate options are available (priority given to AIA members). Please submit the Continuing Education Scholarship / Reduced Rate Request form via email by Friday, May 7, 5:00pm PT. 


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Evaluate high-impact policy interventions that make actionable differences in atmospheric carbon produced by the built environment.
  • Experience new pathways to equitable development and collaborative environmental problem solving.
  • Evaluate policy decisions and mandates, and how it supports equitable development goals and processes.
  • Discover the architect’s role in improving environmental justice.

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SUMMIT SPONSORS

Woodworks Wood Products Council | Greenhome Solutions | Holmes Structures
National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) | Notkin P2S Inc. CompanyPuget Sound Energy
tk1sc | ARUP | BRC Acoustics & Audiovisual Design | PAE | O’Brien360 | Osborn Consulting, Inc.


SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR PLANNING TASK FORCE

Rico Quirindongo, AIA | Office of Planning and Community Development
Kristen Dotson, Assoc. AIA | The Miller Hull Partnership
Daniel Glenn | 7 Directions Architects/Planners
Stephanie Carlisle | Carbon Leadership Forum at the University of Washington
Meghan Lewis | Carbon Leadership Forum at the University of Washington
Vincent Martinez, Hon. AIA | Architecture 2030
Erin McDade, Assoc. AIA | Architecture 2030
Amarpreet Sethi, Assoc. AIA | EnviroPassiv


Registration or Credit Questions?
Contact Zoe Guckenheimer, Program & Event Coordinator at AIA Seattle

Program Questions?
Contact Annalee Shum, Community Engagement Manager at AIA Seattle

Sponsorship Questions?
Contact Kristen Lound, Associate Director of Growth & Operations at AIA Seattle

Details

Date
May 19
Time
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Event Price
$0-$30
Class Credit
2 LU/HSW

Organizer

AIA Seattle
Phone
(206) 448-4938
Website
www.aiaseattle.org

Venue

(online)