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Radnor is Going Green

Tonight Radnor held the Kick Off Meeting for it's Sustainability Series: Issues in Sustainable Living and Growth in Radnor Township.  This was the first in a series of topics that will be presented approximately every two months throughout the year covering a wide range of Green topics.  The series is hosted at the Radnor Township Municipal Building on Iven but the presentations are also aired live on Comcast Cable Channel 10 and Verizon FiOS Channel 30.

Sponsored by the Radnor Conservancy, the League of Women Voters of Radnor Township, and the Township of Radnor PA, the meeting started at 7PM with the topic: Green Building 101.  Four presenters were included for the evening introduced by Elaine Schaefer of the Radnor Conservancy.  In order of appearance, they covered:

Green Leaves What is Sustainability and Green Building?
    by: Mark Janiczek, Green Builder and Community Leader
 How Green is Green? Measuring Standards and Practices
    by: Brenda Gotanda, Chair, Radnor Environmental Advisory Council
 Promoting Green Building - Overview of State/Local Programs
    by: Lorna Rosenberg, Environmental Protection Agency
 Making It Real in Radnor, a Success Story
    by: Leo Bernabei, Radnor Township School District

It was an excellent series of presentations, highlighting the roles of various players in the area and how to measure the impacts/success of various programs.  This provided a broad basis for understanding some current green issues and what is being done locally in Pennsylvania and regionally.

Thank you to the sponsors and the presenters for a great meeting.  The next topic is currently scheduled for Tuesday, May 19, 7-9 PM and will cover "Alternative Sources of Energy: Wind, Solar, and More.

Comment balloon 0 commentsDavid Henke • January 29 2009 10:48PM
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