Sustain Charlotte's September Monthly Mixer!

Join us for an informal and fun evening of conversation and networking! Our Monthly Mixers provide an opportunity to learn more about us, our partners, and meet others interested in local sustainability issues.

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At 6:45, our program will begin and you'll hear from Architect and Planner Tom Low of Civic by Design as he presents Light Imprint for walkable green infrastructure. This leaner, lighter approach to infrastructure is more cost-effective, sustainable, and livable—an idea worth considering for Charlotte and beyond.  

This is a family-friendly event and all are welcome. Please be sure to register to let us know you're coming!

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About Tom Low and Civic By Design:

The mission of Civic By Design is to elevate the quality of our built environment and to promote public participation in the creation of a more beautiful and functional region for all. 

An internationally recognized award winning leader in New Urbanism, Tom Low and Civic By Design's urban design work includes plans for new villages, neighborhoods and towns as well as redevelopment plans. Prior to establishing his consulting practice in 2013, Tom served as Partner with DPZ for 21 years, where he opened their Charlotte office in 1995.  One of the first in the movement, he pioneered designs for walkable, connected, mixed-income, mixed-use, neighborhood, town, and city design—practices now common. He has conducted over 150 multi-day planning charrettes.  Tom launched the Light Imprint initiative to better integrate green infrastructure and walkable neighborhoods.  For over s dozen years he has hosted the Civic By Design forum which meets monthly. Www.civicbydesign.com 

Schedule:

- 6:00: Check-in and networking.
- 6:45: Presentation from featured speaker: Tom Low of Civic by Design
- 7:10: Sustain Charlotte announcements
- 7:30: Raffle

  • September 13, 2017 at 6pm – 7:30pm
  • Free Range Brewing
    2320 N Davidson St
    Charlotte, NC 28205
    United States
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  • Branyn Calegar

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