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Green Building Council-Louisiana Chapter to present a monthly panel discussion series on issues of sustainability in the built environment. With special thanks to our good friends at Whole Foods Market, Atchafalaya Restaurant and Sucre for their generous support. This month's panel discussion, hosted by the United States Green Building Council, LA Chapter: GreeNola: A Strategy for a Sustainable New Orleans Wednesday, January 20th 5:30pm to 7:30pm AIA New Orleans Center for Design 1000 St. Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA John Moore will speak to the group about the City of New Orleans' plan for sustainable redevelopment through the GreeNola: A Strategy for a Sustainable New Orleans program. GreeNola is a resource for New Orleans neighborhoods and residents to engage in the master planning process of the City and to ensure sustainable redevelopment. John will also address the impact of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (aka “stimulus package”) on the redevelopment of the City of New Orleans. See a copy of the GreeNola plan here: http://www.louisianahelp.org/documents/greenolawithldrfcoverpage.pdf Panel discussions are free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served beginning at 5:30pm, presentation begins promptly at 6pm. AIA Continuing Education Credits apply. For more information on this and past panel discussions, please see the Global Green USA website here: http://globalgreen.org/events/13 or contact Heidi Jensen at our Green Building Resource Center: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks!