2022 SUSTAINABLE DETROIT FORUM
Thank you to everyone that joined the 6th annual Sustainable Detroit Forum that took place virtually on Wednesday, September 28th. We were so fortunate to once again come together as a community to learn and share.
Here are some of the sessions that were recorded for your learning experience:
Opening Keynote Recording and Important Links - Dr. Jalonne White-Newsome
Ally to Community, Not Savior in Environmental Practices in Low-Income Communities - Angela A. Moore
Cultivating Connections in the Goodstock Community - Loretta Powell
Elmwood Circle Forest: Habitat Restoration in the Shadow of Incineration - Patrick Crouch
Importance of Social Equity in Green Building Practices - Angela A. Moore
Roof top Oasis - a Transformation for Health & Wellness - Anne M. Cox
Wayne State University STEM Innovation Learning Center achieves LEED Gold - Kyle Rieth and Chaderique Menard
Working together matters Sustainability and community in Goodstock - Tammara Howard
Here are some of the PowerPoint slides for your learning experience:
All-Electric Home in Detroit - Kendal Kuneman and Chris McTaggart
Building for the Future with Efficient Capital | A Case Study of Development Done Right in Downtown Detroit - Kyle Peczynski and Mark Bennett
Connecting Past & Future: Designing for NetZero at Edsel & Eleanor Ford House - Brittany Fiema and Francesca Price
Detroit Energy Benchmarking Ordinance - Ben Dueweke
Detroit Recycles - Madi Kraus
Higher Purpose: How to maximize urban food streams - Danielle Todd
Lessons Learned in Municipal Sustainability Work - Julie Lyons Bricker
Net Zero Now - Najahyia Chinchilla and Jan Culberston
Promoting Equity Through Non-Motorized Transportation - Idrees Mutahr
Resilient Eastside Initiative - Tim Skrotzki and Ali Dirul
2021 SUSTAINABLE DETROIT FORUM
Thank you to everyone that joined the 5th annual Sustainable Detroit Forum that took place virtually on Wednesday, October 27th. We featured an update on the Detroit Climate Strategy currently under development by the city’s Office of Sustainability and members of the community from across the city.
If you were unable to join us, or want to listen to the event again, please View the Recording. Hear about the Strategy which aims to connect climate action to the needs of Detroiters so that we can achieve climate and environmental justice goals, and help build a more resilient community.
2021 COMMUNITY UPDATE WEBINARS
If you missed one of the community update webinars, you can still watch the recording:
Session #1 - March 20th - Featured how we can design our air and water systems to be healthier and more sustainable. View Recording
Session #2 - May 20th - Robust discussion around green sites around Detroit. View Recording
Session #3 - August 24th - Helpful information about federal spending on infrastructure with a focus on environmental justice communities and how to prepare for when the funds become available. View Recording. View Recording
2020 SUSTAINABLE DETROIT FORUM
Thank you to everyone who joined #SDF2020 for another year of connections between the sustainability community in Detroit! Although the format changed, we are proud to continue to foster very important conversations with thought-leaders in our city. Thank you to our sponsors, our planning committee and to each attendee that helps make this event a success year after year!