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Green Builder Media Joins The Partnership To Host ‘Sustainability Symposium 2017’


The Sustainability Symposium of 2017 is coming to “challenge conventional development models”.

Dailycsr.com – 24 October 2016 – In the coming of 2017, Green Builder Media will be hosting the “Sustainability Symposium 2017” with the City of Orlando along with Mayor Dyer, the Council of Mayors’ Energy Committee’s vice chairman. The symposium will take place on the 9th of January 2017 at the “Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts”, located in “downtown Orlando”.
Green Builder Media informs that the said attempt is a “first-of-its-kind” when it comes to leadership event which will be paying attention to “intelligent solutions for a resilient world” by targeting various “innovative building professionals, high-profile members of the media, elected officials and policy makers, city planners, code and regulatory officials, sustainability advocates, and business leaders”.
The event presents a balanced blend in the “high-profile presenters, interactive group discussions, and stimulating networking opportunities”, whereby the names of the speakers are “Governor Martin O’Malley, Mayor Dyer, Mayor Stoddard, Philippe Cousteau, carbon-neutral NASCAR driver Leilani Münter, Senior NASA scientist Dr. Carlton Hall” along with other pioneering corporate figures.
In fact, “forward-thinking companies” such as “Emerson, Uponor, Ingersoll Rand, and VHB”, offering creative solutions to “Internet of Things, renewable energy, resiliency, intelligent cities, green buildings, and smart water” have been listed as the sponsors.
This time, the symposium on sustainability will “challenge conventional development models” through “bold approach” in problem solving. And for this, the event will provide a platform to bring together “some of the brightest minds in the nation” who will emerge in discussions for determining the line of action and requires policies to create a “sustainable future”.