Tuesday, May 1st AT 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Understanding the Living Community Challenge Workshop

OFFSITE (Portland State University)
Pre-Registration Required. Click here to pre-register. 
Contact us at LF@living-future.org with any questions. 

PRICING: 
Advance Rate - $150 Member / $225 NonMember (ends March 23)
Standard Rate - $200 Member / $275 NonMember

TIMING: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 (10:00am-4:00pm) 
LOCATION: Karl Miller Center, Portland State University, Room TBA

Understanding the Living Community Challenge Workshop

The Understanding the Living Community Challenge (LCC) workshop provides an in-depth introduction to the Living Community Challenge–working through the methodology to case studies and discussion around selected Imperatives. This workshop will pay special attention to the LCC process for projects at the community scale. Attendees are the green planning and design leaders: design professionals, planners, developers, owners, campus sustainability directors, government officials and employees of public agencies. This workshop will be heavy on both content and discussion, so come ready to engage this emerging program. 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1. Identify the key components of the Living Community Challenge
2. Recognize the difference between the Living Building Challenge and the Living Community Challenge
3. Understand restorative design principles at the community scale through best-in-class case studies of Living Community principles in action
4. Describe the certification paths of the Living Community Challenge

This course is 
You are eligible for a refund of this ticket less a $15 Service Fee, until all refunds close at 11:59pm on April 16, 2018.

Speakers

Alicia Daniels Uhlig
Living Community Challenge + Policy Director
International Living Future Institute