Why are many of Philadelphia’s biggest companies choosing to go green, as in green roofs?
What will the Rail Park project – our own version of New York City’s High Line – mean for both urban and exurban Philadelphians?
How has the Indego bike sharing program dramatically improved people’s lives in neighborhoods throughout the city?
Please join us for a panel discussion: “Re-imagining Philadelphia: Sustainability and Three Path-breaking Innovations”
Monday, April 24, 2017
7 to 8:45 pm (Program will start promptly at 7:15)
5 S. Bryn Mawr Ave. Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Alan Greenberger – former Deputy Mayor for Economic Development and former Executive Director and Chair of the Philadelphia City Planning Commission. An award-winning architect, he is now head of the Department of Architecture, Design & Urbanism at Drexel and a Fellow at the university’s Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation.
- Melissa Muroff – President, Roofmeadow
- Melissa Kim – Board Secretary, Friends of the Rail Park
- Andrew Stober – Co-developer of the Indego bike sharing program
If you would like to bring a guest or learn more about Impact100 yourself, please join us before the program at 6:30 pm for a brief information session.
The panel discussion will begin promptly at 7:15 pm.
Please note: parking is available behind Ludington Library. You may also park in the Municipal lot across Lancaster Ave.
No charge, but help us plan and REGISTER HERE.