Environmental Affairs Symposium Keynote
Date: 7:00pm - 9:00pm PDT October 24, 2017 Location: Ecotrust 721 NW 9th Avenue Suite 200 Portland, OR 97209
Ecotrust 721 NW 9th Avenue Suite 200 Portland, OR 97209
Lewis & Clark’s Environmental Studies Program presents our 2017 Environmental Symposium themed “Engagement in Tough Times.” This keynote event is a panel discussion entitled “Growth in Portland: Whose Livability?” and includes individuals who have a breadth of leadership experience in the community. This discussion is facilitated by Adam Davis, Executive Director of Oregon Humanities.
- Joe Zehnder, Chief Planner, Portland Bureau of Planning & Sustainability
- Kristiana Nelson, Vice President, Eastmoreland Neighborhood Association
- Madeline Kovacs, Program Coordinator, Portland for Everyone
- Maggie Tallmadge, Environmental Justice Manager, Coalition of Communities of Color
Following the panel discussion, participants will have an opportunity to engage in conversation about this topic. There will be a reception following the event at 8:30 p.m.
There will be bus transportation (ecoShuttle) provided to students leaving from in front of Templeton at 5:45 p.m. The bus will leave Ecotrust at 9:15 p.m. and return to campus.
Please enter the Ecotrust building on NW 9th Ave. between NW Irving St. and NW Johnson St.