MAYOR HANCOCK’S SUSTAINABLE DENVER SUMMIT
AT THE UNIVERSITY OF DENVER
Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock and the City's Office of Sustainability invite you to join with other leaders from across the city for a daylong working summit to develop and announce commitments for new and expanded initiatives that will help Denver achieve our ambitious 2020 Sustainability Goals.
Modeled on the Clinton Global Initiative, the Sustainable Denver Summit will convene leaders from business, advocacy groups and other NGOs, municipal government and residents into four facilitated collaborative working groups to produce commitments that will help close the gap between where Denver is today with regard to our shared Sustainability Goals and where we need to be by the end of 2020.
We all love this place. Join us as we work together to ensure that the resources and quality of life we enjoy so much are available and affordable to all Denver residents, both now and in the future!
8:00 – 9:00am Registration, Continental Breakfast, and Exhibition
9:00 – 10:00am Opening Plenary Session and Keynote Speaker: Majora Carter
10:15 – 12:15pm Breakout Work Group Sessions (see below)
12:30 – 1:30pm Lunch and Sustainability Awards
1:45 – 3:45pm Breakout Work Group Sessions
4:00 – 5:00pm Closing Plenary Session and Commitment Announcements
Working Group Topics:
Energy Group: Focusing on issues of energy efficiency, renewable energy, use of energy in mobility, and air quality and greenhouse gas reduction
Water Group: Focusing on both water quantity and water quality, including climate change resilience
Materials Group: Focusing on cradle-to-cradle materials management issues, including environmentally preferable purchasing, recycling, composting and by-product synergy
Mobility Group: Focusing on providing multiple interconnected mobility modes that are cleaner, safer, cheaper and more efficient than the current system.
We hope you will join us to make the Mayor’s Sustainable Denver Summit a success.
The Sustainable Denver Summit is presented by Mayor Michael B. Hancock, Denver's Office of Sustainability and the University of Denver.