5th Annual EGE Sustainability and the Next Generation Workforce Conference
March 7, 2023
Sponsored by Con Edison, Deutsche Bank, and UFT
The W!se Institute’s Engineered Green Economics (EGE “edge”) conference works to advance sustainability education, address the concerns of young people today and help cultivate the next generation of workers. The 2023 Conference will focus on Buildings and Sustainable Cities.
Speakers will be discussing key aspects of building development in New York City, the future of architecture, climate pedagogy and climate data.
This conference will be in-person and virtual.
CTLE Credits: 2 (online participation) – 4 (in-person)
David Davenport, Managing Director, NY Green Bank (A Division of NYSERDA) – Financing future sustainable buildings
Dr. Harriet Harriss (RIBA, PFHEA), Visiting Professor & Principal Investigator: Erasmus Sector Skills Alliances, School of Architecture, Royal College of Art & Former Dean, Pratt School of Architecture – Decolonizing the Classroom: Tactics and Tools – A critical look at the influence of architecture in history and the future of sustainability
Matthew Barhydt, RA, Leed AP – Fireside Chat: A Career in Architecture; Moderated by Brian Deutsch, EH&S Manager, ConEdison & EGE Advisory Committee Chair
Steve Fox, Strategic Organizer for Climate & Environmental Justice, NYC Comptroller's Office – Resource for climate research [In-person Only]
EGE in Schools