Social Equity as a Driver for Neighborhood Development: Embracing Community Engagement
June 2, 1-2 pm ET
GBCI Continuing Education: LEED AP ND, LEED Green Associate
In community, cities and neighborhood development work, the challenge with every project is to go beyond simply having community engagement to truly embracing it. Beginning with a vision and principles that are guided by community empowerment and self-determination, environmental justice and equitable development, this session will explore the challenges we’ve faced and the lessons we’ve learnt through 3 case study projects where social equity was a guide, and in some cases even a driver, for the neighborhood development process.
Oxnard Sustainable Transportation Plan (STP)
Western Riverside Focused Community Transportation Needs Assessment
Multnomah County Capital Projects
Our First Friday webinars offer access to previously recorded, five-star rated, LEED-specific CE approved education sessions. These webinars are FREE for USGBC local community members and employees of national member companies, and are $10 for all others. See our full schedule of First Friday webinars for the year on our main page.