The web site’s primary audiences are city and county government professionals and elected officials, as well as academicians, business leaders and certain federal officials who play important roles in supporting sustainability. Sustainable City Network's online content and collaboration tools help create a distinctive niche community and marketplace where municipal professionals can interact with colleagues and vendors in an easy and efficient way.
Our Mission: “To make U.S. cities more sustainable through quality and well-organized information.”
Staff and Contributors
F. Alan Shirk
Kelly Jo Fassbinder
Michael Andresen, CDT, LEED AP
Cameron J. Brooks, Ph.D.
Daniel Call, Ph.D.
Ryan Peterson, ASLA, LEED AP
Michelle Sacco, LEED AP
Peter Williams, Ph.D.
Two Rivers Marketing
|sCityNetwork.com: The latest isustainability news and information for elected officials and municipal professionals.|
|Free Webinars: Hour-long webinars on various topics. Download recordings in our content store.|
|The Growing Sustainable Communities Conference: The sixth annual event will be help in September 2013.|
|The InBox e-Newsletter: A free weekly digest of current news and information on sustainability.|
|Sustainable City Network Magazine: A compilation of the most popular articles on our web site.|
|White Papers: Download free white papers and other helpful documents in our content store|
To help it fulfill its mission, SCN brings together a broad coalition of thought leaders, educators, authors and practitioners.
The Sustainable City Network Advisory Cabinet was established to provide SCN management with strategic direction and input to fulfill its mission.
Cabinet members are comprised of…
· Target Audience: City management and elected officials
· Target Businesses: Vendors who provide sustainability products & services
· Thought Leaders: Academic institutions that provide sustainability educational programming and/or research; and people who possess expertise in sustainable energy, building/housing, water, solid waste, transportation, food and/or environmental issues.
Cabinet members include:
Jeffrey F. Bullock, Ph.D.
Jeffrey L. Bruce, FASLA, LEED, ASIC, GRP
David Lyons (facilitator)
Prof. Philip J. Parker, Ph.D., P.E.