Designing for Future Climates: Resilient Facilities, Communities, and Economies

A two-day professional development workshop for planners, designers, and other decision-makers, in the beautiful Berkshire foothills

Co-sponsored by The Conway School and Pinchot University

Responding to climate change isn’t — can’t be — just for politicians and other policymakers.

Come to “Designing for Future Climates: Resilient Facilities, Communities, and Economies,” a professional development workshop to be held on Conway’s main campus this August 10 and 11.  You and other designers, planners, and asset managers who help shape the economy’s underpinnings will learn how to improve the ways buildings, infrastructure, and business processes affect and are being affected by a changing climate.

Join international sustainable development design researcher Wendi Goldsmith, prominent climate resilient portfolio activist Natasha Lamb, and other instructors in this intensive two-day workshop in the beautiful foothills of the Berkshire Mountains. Come to learn, stay to enjoy New England.

Click here to register or find more information. $100 off before July 20.