EPA to Host Symposium on Green Preservation of Older Buildings

A free one-day symposium on current approaches and innovations in green preservation of older buildings will be held in Indianapolis on Jan. 21, 2010. The event, which begins at 8:30 a.m., will be hosted by the Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 at the Columbia Club hotel and meeting center, 121 Monument Circle. Government rate rooms are available to symposium registrants. Required registration for the event closes Jan. 7.

The agenda includes sessions on Financial Incentives to Practice Green Preservation, an exercise led by consultants to Chicago's Historic Bungalow Initiative and a panel discussion on aligning Green Restoration and Historic Preservation Guidelines. Following the symposium a collection of best practices and success stories will be developed.

Other symposium planning committee partners include: National Trust Historic Preservation, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Illinois Historic Preservation Office, Landmarks Illinois, Indiana Historic Landmarks Foundation, Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Ohio Department of Development, City of Chicago Green Homes, Preservation Chicago, Historic Chicago Bungalow Association, Restoric Inc., and Sustainable Solutions.

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