For a few years now, EPA and the Smart Growth Network have been sponsoring a regular series of terrific lectures on smart growth and related issues here in Washington, D.C. at the National Building Museum. They’ve had well-known authors, innovators and special guests from all over the country come to talk about different aspects of the built environment and how we grow. They’ve been recording the lectures and making audio available after the lecture, but it’s about to get much more accessible.
From an email we got this week:
NEW FEATURE: Smart Growth Speaker Series Goes National
Through a partnership between US EPA, National Building Museum, and Public Radio International’s “Living on Earth”, many of our Smart Growth Speakers can now be heard on your favorite local public radio station. Beginning on July 10, 2009, Living on Earth will feature an interview and program with our most recent Smart Growth Speaker, Sophie Lambert, Director of LEED-ND for the US Green Building Council. Check your local radio schedule for program times, or listen online at www.loe.org.
If you do happen to be here in DC, don’t miss the next Smart Growth Speaker Series in DC next Friday, July 17. Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk will be discusssing retrofitting the suburbs. More information at www.smartgrowth.org/audio