Post Sprawl and the Priorities of the Millennials
- Sustainability Manager, Maricopa County, Arizona
In this Brown Bag Lecture Series, Jonce Walker, a LEED Accredited Professional, is the sustainability manager for Maricopa County, the fourth largest county in the U.S. Walker developed and manages the Maricopa County Green Government Program, a 144-measure comprehensive policy document designed to further regional sustainability. Walker is also responsible for interacting with the sustainable business community and continuing to transition the County towards more energy efficiency and sustainable business practices. Additionally, Walker manages the Green Government Council, members of Maricopa County management representing various internal departments in their sustainability efforts.
Walker currently serves on the steering committee of the Sustainable Cities Network through ASU, on the Sustainable Communities Collaborative, and on the Sustainable Advisory Committee for the City of Phoenix Mayor’s Office. Walker previously served on the Livable Communities Coalition through the Sonoran Institute, the Local Advisory Committee for LISC, as the vice chair on the Greenbuild 2009 Legacy Committee, as a member at large on the Board of Directors for the Phoenix Green Chamber of Commerce, and as a member at large on the Board of Directors for Keep Arizona Beautiful.
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Sponsored by ASU's School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning.
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.