At Greening the Heartland 2012, they will explore interdependent elements of sustainability. While green buildings are critical components in the design of sustainable communities, their key advantages rely on relative pathways and infrastructure - a context they will address in the conference as watts, water, waste and wheels. Providing buildings with clean energy, a precious supply of water, the efficient use of materials while minimizing waste, and a convenient and sustainable means of arrival results in truly green buildings and sustainable development.
The theme BUILDING COMMUNITY indicates their genuine desire to bring people together to share visions and solutions for sustainable communities in which to work, play, learn and live. They will also seek to join business and community leaders with green building professionals and product suppliers to achieve greater understanding of how environmental, economic and social trends of the maturing 21st century will influence our Heartland communities.
This conference is geared at sustainability professionals from all areas including design, construction, engineering and consulting. For more information on attending, sposoring or exhibiting check out the website www.greeningtheheartland.org