Earth Day Symposium

What is a “livable community?”

June 9, 2015

At the 15th Annual St. Louis Symposium on June 3rd, that is EXACTLY the question we asked. Over 120 people joined us in search of the answer. We heard speakers present about transportation, pollination, population and recreation. We laughed, we cried…and we learned how so many factors contribute to the idea of livable communities.  Several […]

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2015 Symposium Presentations

June 4, 2015

This page will be updated as we “unpack” the presentations from the event. If there is a presentation you would like, but is not yet available here, please contact jen@stlouisearthday.org. Opening Plenary Session “100 Resilient Cities Challenge” – Don Roe, Director of Planning & Urban Design Agency, City of St. Louis “Livable Communities: The Intersection […]

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Keynotes Announced for the 2015 Symposium

May 12, 2015

The Earth Day Symposium provides educational and networking opportunities for local government officials, community leaders, and professionals from diverse backgrounds in the planning and environmental fields. This year’s Symposium, “Livable Communities”, will be held June 3 at Il Monastero on the Saint Louis University campus.  Read more about it and register online today! Robert Garcia Morning […]

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2015 Symposium Agenda

February 10, 2014

15th Annual St. Louis Earth Day Symposium Livable Communities Saint Louis University, Il Monastero June 3, 2015 register online now Agenda will be posted on April 17.  

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Keynote speakers announced for the 2014 Symposium.

January 1, 2014

The Earth Day Symposium provides educational and networking opportunities for local government officials, community leaders, and professionals from diverse backgrounds in the planning and environmental fields. This year’s Symposium, “Regional Sustainability: Vision and Reality”, will be held April 1-2 at the Powder Valley Nature Center. Read more about it and register online today! John Hoal […]

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