Innovation is driving sustainability beyond the individual buildings to district scale strategies and actions. Boston’s Innovation District, already pioneering new practices, is poised to pursue new businesses and organization models to greatly enhance the sustainability and resiliency of the district.
Building on the momentum of the 2013 EcoDistricts Summit, presenters will discuss how the innovation and EcoDistricts framework can create new opportunities to promote business and community sustainability in ways not met by individual buildings and property owners.
How resilient are we today and how are we not?
How do we maintain asset values and maintain profitability in our properties in the light of climate change? How can EcoDistricts expand our risk mitigation and adaptation options and create new business models that enhance sustainability and resiliency.
How can EcoDistricts advance practices across the broader sustainable communities’ agenda?
How can analytics help? Here’s the state of the art in defining the problem, how can it be beneficial to everyone?
Kairos Shen, Chief Planner, City of Boston
John Aubrecht, President, Longwood Medical Energy Collaborative
Galen Nelson, Director of Market Development, Mass Clean Energy Center
Matthew Gardner, Director, SustainServ
Bruce Douglas, Vice President, Natural Systems Utilities
Charlie Reed, Director, Boston Global Investors
Join us for what promises to be an informative and engaging breakfast program at District Hall in Boston's Innovation District.