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Creating More Sustainable Suburbs

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Sustainable Arlington is pleased to announce an event in collaboration with Arlington Community Education.

Creating More Sustainable Suburbs:

Lessons from Around the World

A Conversation with Paul Lukez

Tuesday, September 27, 7:30pm

Arlington High Learning Commons, 869 Massachusetts Avenue

Across the globe, suburbia and its by-products have evolved into a complex array of urban conditions that consume an ever-increasing portion of our landscape and resources.

What can be done to make the modern metropolis more sustainable? Based on his research in the US, China and Europe, architect Paul Lukez will discuss new models for building more sustainable environments and consider how they apply to Arlington and other local communities.

Paul Lukez is the author of Suburban Transformations and the forthcoming Transforming the Mid-Polis.

This event is the first in Arlington Community Ed’s Tuesday Night Conversation series moderated by Fortune magazine editor-at-large David Whitford.

Admission is $5. Advance registration is recommended. For registration information use this link <>
and use CODE: TC001, or cal
l 781 316-3568.

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