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GreenTools Sustainable Cities Roundtable

If your City has specific training needs or you would like to suggest a Roundtable topic, please contact GreenTools at 206-477-4621 or

The focus of topics rotates each month between green building and climate change.  See the King County-Cities Climate Collaboration webpage to learn about this partnership focused on local climate change and sustainability-related solutions.

Note: the following schedule is also available for download (PDF, 61 K).

King County Sustainable Cities Roundtable 2014 Calendar of Events





Thursday Aug. 14

12 – 1:30pm

Peter Kirk Room at Kirkland City Hall: 123 5th Ave., Kirkland, WA 98033

Transit Oriented Development as a Strategy for Social Equity in EcoDistricts

Thursday Sept. 18

7:30am – 4:30pm

Technology Access Foundation

BuiltGreen Conference

Tuesday Sept. 23

11am – 3pm

Kent City Hall Council Chambers

Free Tour: Historic Preservation Panel & Tour of Historic Kent

Thursday Oct. 9

12 – 1:30pm

Wing Luke Museum

A Homebuilding Saga: One Company's Search for a Better Way to Build

Friday Oct. 10

8:30am – 9pm

Impact HUB Seattle

Northwest EcoBuilding Guild Symposium

Thursday Oct. 16

9am – 4pm

Olympic Sculpture Park, EMP Administration Building, Jubilee and Oxbow farms

Free Tour: Urban/Rural Watershed Work with Salmon-Safe

Wednesday Nov. 5

12 – 2pm

Seattle Municipal Tower

Resilient Infrastructure for the Next Generation's Challenges

Thursday Dec. 11

12 – 1:30pm

Burien City Hall

Alternative & Active Transportation: Bike Shares

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GreenTools Sustainable Cities Roundtable

Sustainability Roundtables

A series of training sessions, discussions and workshops dedicated to green building and climate change policy and programming for the county and cities in King County.

King County-Cities Climate Collaboration

Climate Collaboration

Topics rotate each month between green building and climate change. See the King County-Cities Climate Collaboration website to learn about this partnership.

Updated: Aug. 15, 2014

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