NEAT LAB WILL HOST
2010 Imperative: Global Emergency Teach-In AT UNLV
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UNLV School of Architecture is proud to have “kick-started” the 2010
Imperative with Architect Edward Mazria as a result of the Fall 2006 Klai
Juba Lecture Series. Now, the university is in the process of advancing the
ideas. Moreover, UNLV has registered to participate in The 2010
Imperative: Global Emergency Teach-In, an interactive web-cast broadcast
live from New York that will reach over 500,000 students, faculty, deans and
practicing professionals in the architecture, planning and design
communities in both North and South America on Tuesday, February 20, 2007
from 9:00am to 12:30pm Pacific Standard Time (PST). This teach-in will
address the impending need to consider and respond to energy and
environmental design issues as we expand and renovate our built environment.
Four prominent speakers, Dr. James Hansen (Head of NASA Goddard Institute),
Architect Edward Mazria (Founder- Architecture 2030), Architect Chris
Luebkeman (Director-Arup’s Foresight and Innovation Initiative), and Ms.
Susan Szenasy (Editor-in-chief of Metropolis magazine), will answer
questions addressed via email with the help of session conductors. The
teach-in is free and open to the public.
More information is provided at the official website of the 2010 Imperative
The NEAT Lab will host the web-cast at UNLV from three locations:
Auditorium Room 127
Paul B. Sogg School of
Architecture Studies Library
Moyer Student Union Theater
STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF ONLY**
Time of event:
2030 Challenge DVD-ROM scheduled for release
Following the teach-in, the NEAT Lab will unveil a free DVD-ROM to augment
the 2010 Imperative.
to discuss UNLV's path to carbon neutrality
Following the teach-in, the NEAT Lab will also be hosting a forum to
investigate how UNLV's campus could become carbon neutral.
FOR MORE INFO:
Sogg Architecture Building
Maryland Parkway, Box 454018
Vegas, NV 89154-4018
Phone: (702) 895-2767