Hear firsthand from leading sustainability experts on ways to integrate smart, eco-friendly strategies within our nation’s schools during the 2016 Green Schools Conference and Expo’s Master Series sessions.
GSCE Master Series speakers come from a range of industries, from academia to the nonprofit world, all offering unique insights for conferencegoers on advancing healthier, higher-performing schools and environmental stewardship.
Register now for GSCE 2016 to hear from our Master Series speakers on:
- Discovering the hidden factors that influence students’ food choices and how they can be used to encourage them to make healthier decisions from Cornell Food and Brand Lab’s Deputy Director Adam Brumberg.
- Empowering students to turn their empathy into action from Captain Planet Foundation Executive Director Leesa Carter-Jones, who will discuss the nonprofit’s Project Hero.
- Creating a sustainable dining program during “A New Dream for Food in Our Schools” by Greg Christian, CEO and founder of Beyond Green Sustainable Partners.
- Leckie Elementary School principal Atasha James’ journey in helping move the Washington, D.C., school toward sustainability.
- How community engagement was involved in the new Sandy Hook Elementary School’s design from Svigals and Partners’ Managing Partner Barry Svigal.
Presented by the Center for Green Schools, GSCE is the nation’s premier two-day event for programming, products, workshops and sessions about sustainability and our educational institutions.
GSCE 2016 will take place March 31–April 1 in Pittsburgh, Penn., at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, the only convention center in the world with two LEED certifications—LEED Gold for New Construction and LEED Platinum for Existing Buildings.
For GSCE attendees, special, discounted hotel rates are being offered: