Now in its 17th year, Greenprints is the premier convening of national thought leaders in sustainable design, construction and communities. On March 12 and 13, 2014 over 300 of these leaders will meet to explore issues related to green building, sustainable development and policy in the Southeast.
NEW! 2014 Conference Format
Day one focuses on innovative solutions for a sustainably built region. Conference presentations will be taken to the next level with interactive sessions designed to deepen attendee knowledge in the context of real world application.
Day two will begin with in-depth workshops on-site at award-winning projects such as Ponce City Market to highlight applied green building technologies and sustainable design principles. Attendees will return to GTRI in the afternoon for lunch, keynote by Jason McLennan and Living Building Challenge charette.
“Greenprints brings national thought leaders to Atlanta to explore regional issues related to green building, sustainable communities and policy. A continuum of Greenprints topics will be taken to the next level with hands‑on sessions designed to deepen attendee knowledge in the context of real world application. Please plan to join us March 12-13th at the Georgia Tech Research Institute.”
“Greenprints is the one event that brings regional perspective to global sustainability issues. You join the experts in discussions that help you work, let you act and make you think.”
At Greenprints, sponsors reach a high quality audience and build lasting contacts and connections that promote their work for years to come. Take advantage of this high-value sponsorship opportunity today.
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Greenprints is a forum for regional- and nationally-renowned building industry, building science and design experts and professionals. Since 1998, the Greenprints conference has facilitated conversations between researchers and on-the-ground practitioners that has promoted sustainable buildings and communities.