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Thursday, June 20 • 3:00pm - 4:45pm
Building the Movement for LBC Projects in the Region

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This interactive session will frame the Living Future Collaborative of New England as a network by considering human driven activity infused with biological solutions. Using biomimetic models as a source of possible network structures, the facilitators will open up some intriguing possibilities for what we do and how we work together to create more Living Buildings and Living Communities in the Northeast.

The moderators will facilitate a conversation based on the network models presented with the aim to derive a new model for working together, determining where we can go and the support system we can develop all building towards a living future.

Speakers
avatar for Jim Newman, LEED AP, O+M EcoDistrict AP

Jim Newman, LEED AP, O+M EcoDistrict AP

Principal, Linnean Solutions
Jim is the founder and Principal at Linnean Solutions, a mission-driven rm that helps local governments and communities reach resilience and sustainability goals. Jim’s twenty years of experience includes resilience assessments; climate mitigation and adaptation planning; the... Read More →
avatar for DiAnn Mroszczak

DiAnn Mroszczak

Sustainable Director, Prellwitz Chilinski Associates
In the recently founded role of Sustainable Director DiAnn is guiding the evolving ecological design approach at Prellwitz Chilinski Associates (PCA). With a passion for integrated, place-based she is leading her firm to meet a higher standard of sustainable building and regular integration... Read More →
avatar for Christopher Novotny

Christopher Novotny

Biomimicry Strategist & Content Director, Biomimicry New England
Coming from a design, architecture, and construction management background, Chris blends his design and problem-solving expertise with biomimicry to inspire and develop innovative solutions for complex human challenges. Chris holds a BSc in Environmental Design with an emphasis in... Read More →


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