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The Atlanta Science Tavern Message Board The Atlanta Science Tavern Discussion Forum › ATL SCI TAV: Sat Jul 26 7PM: Dr. John Wegner, Emory Chief Environmental Officer

ATL SCI TAV: Sat Jul 26 7PM: Dr. John Wegner, Emory Chief Environmental Officer

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Josh G.
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Hello ATL Sci Tavern members! Join us on Saturday, July 26, 2008 7:00 PM to participate in a group discussion lead by Dr. John Wegner, Emory's Chief Environmental Officer about green design and healthy ecosytems.

RSVP at:
ATL SCI TAV: Sat Jul 26 7PM: Dr. Jo?

Where: Thinking Man Tavern
537 W Howard Ave
Decatur, GA 30030

Dr. Wegner is Emory University?s Chief Environmental Officer. He is also a senior lecturer, teaching courses in Ecosystem Ecology, the Ecology of Emory and Ecosystems of the southeastern United Sates.

He joined Emory after 23 years at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. In the fall of 2001 he became the University?s environmental consultant, and maintains an office in both Emory?s Environmental Science Department and in Facilities Management.

He will speak to us about Emory?s sustainability (meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs) vision and how Emory has used the Green building design based on the US Green Building Council?s LEED ? rating system to guide its campus management and development. That is how Emory has strived to be part of a healthy ecosystem, seeking to reduce the university?s harmful impacts on the environment and contribute to the regeneration of its surrounding ecosystem.

Learn more about Dr. Wegner at http://www.envs.emory...­

You can always get in touch with me through the "Contact Organizer" link on Meetup: http://science.meetup...­
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