Intelligent Choices, February 2006

March 17, 2006 · by DesignIntelligence

Design Futures Council Executive Board Meeting
April 11-12, 2006
NBBJ, Boeing, and Steelcase
Seattle, WA

Envirodesign10
“The Big Debate: Setting the Green and Sustainable Design Global Agenda”
April 25-27, 2006
Toronto, Canada
Featuring global thought leaders: David Gottfried, Dan Pink; David Orr; Vivian Loftness; James P. Cramer; Gary Lawrence; and Chandrashekhar Prabhu
Registration and event information:
www.environdesign.com
Continuing education credits are available
Discounts are offered for early registration
jhendel@verticalxchange.com

CEO Conference
May 11-12, 2006
New York City, NY
Co-sponsored by EFCG and The Greenway Group
www.greenway.us

Making Cities Livable
May 18-22, 2006
44th International Making Cities Livable Conference on True Urbanism & Healthy Communities
Continuing education credits are available
www.livablecities.org
Suzanne.lennard@livablecities.org

World Future Society: Creating Global Strategies for Humanity’s Future
July 28-30, 2006
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
www.wfs.org/2006main.htm
800.989.8274

5th Annual Leadership Summit on Sustainable Design
October 16-18 2006
Sante Fe, NM
With Foster and Partners; Edward Mazria; Roger Schultz; and the University of New Mexico

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