2nd Annual Sustainable State of the Region Nov. 18
As a part of the Southern Colorado Sustainability Conference, Catamount Institute and City of Colorado Springs are pleased to offer free admission to the Second Annual State of the Region. This two-hour program is open to the public and will feature key government and private sector leaders sharing current sustainability efforts (successes and challenges), goals and next steps. The panel discussion will encourage discourse and leadership, which are vital to our health, well-being, growth and development into a strong and sustainable community. Last year?s event was a huge success with over 500 people in attendance. Here?s the schedule:
4 p.m. Opening Remarks - Eric Cefus, Catamount Institute
4:05 p.m. Community Sustainability Awards - Jane Ard Smith, The Sierra Club
4:20 p.m. Community Past - Winfield Scott Stratton (Richard Marold)
4:30 p.m. Community Today - Eric Drummond, Catamount Institute Board Director, presents:
Dennis Hisey - Chairman of El Paso County Commissioners
Lionel Rivera - Mayor of Colorado Springs
Margaret Sabin - CEO of Penrose St. Francis Healthcare
Col. Bob McLaughlin - Garrison Commander of Fort Carson
Mike Kazmierski - President & CEO of Colorado Springs Economic Development Corporation
5:05 p.m. Community Future - Tyler Stevens, Mayor of Green Mountain Falls & Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments Board Director, presenting sustainability goals for the Pikes Peak Region
5:30 - 6 p.m. Q&A from the audience moderated by Eric Drummond

Registration is free, but required. Please click here to register.
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