EcoDistricts

EcoDistricts: Think Outside the Building Update

EcoDistricts Protocol Open Comment Period Starts Next Week

Five years of rigorous development, including input from more than 100 expert advisors worldwide, will culminate this February in the global publication of the EcoDistricts Protocol — the first process-based framework for sustainable, neighborhood- and district-scale urban regeneration. A pre-publication open comment period will commence next week and run through early February. Please watch for emails and social media posts from EcoDistricts for a link and instructions to participate.

Join EcoDistricts September 12-14, 2016 at the beautiful Denver Art Museum to propel industry leadership forward through a thought-provoking, highly experiential Summit experience. Save up to 30% off of your registration with our early bird rates beginning March 1.

Save the Date:  EcoDistricts Summit early registration begins March 1, 2016

Space for this leadership event is limited — Mark your calendar now to reserve your spot during our early bird registration, opening March 1st. Watch for more information on our jam-packed program in the weeks ahead.

The Inaugural District Energy+Water Academy
May 24-27 • Vancouver, BC

EcoDistricts and our partners are excited to announce that we’ll be holding the first District Energy+Water Academy in Vancouver, BC this May. More information will be coming in the weeks to follow — Space for this event is limited. Join leading district energy innovators, developers, and city officials for a multi-day intensive to explore key challenges and accelerate scalable success across corporate campuses, academic campuses, city districts, and more.

More information on these EcoDistricts and other related content is available from the EcoDistricts web site here.

MTBA Associates’ Senior Conservation Architect & Urbanist, Mark Thompson Brandt, who has been certified under initial EcoDistricts training, is also a member of this EcoDistricts Protocol Advisory Team. Brandt has attended the EcoDistricts Summits in Portland and Washington, DC and has been involved in shaping the advancement of this new model of urban regeneration since 2011.