Southface presents Greenprints, the South’s premiere conference on green building and sustainable communities!

On March 1st and 2nd, 2010, Southface Energy Institute will present their annual Greenprints Conference and Tradeshow: “Sustainable Communities by Design.” Taking place at the Sheraton Atlanta Downtown, this large southeast environmental event will feature four main tracks with which to focus your interest:

  1. The commercial track: greening campuses; high performance, eco-friendly office buildings; corporate sustainability; creating zero waste in the workplace; sustainable design; LEED for existing buildings; and the role of the lifecycle assessment
  2. The residential track: leverage the power of Earth Craft; the new Energy Star; water efficiency; integrating sustainble practices into multifamily development; embracing the value of new technologies
  3. The sustainable communities, economy, and policy track: new energy programs for Georgia; federal legislation and the southeast’s energy use; municipal sustainability efforts; green building programs; sustainable urbanism and emerging trends; green building sales and financing
  4. The workshops and seminar track: if you’re looking for continuing education credits, this is the route for you with a focus on sustainable development; renewable energy potential; advanced energy design guides; and historic preservation as sustainable practice

In addition, you get admission to the Greensprints Tradeshow with green products and services from across the southeast.

Register online now at – pre-conference discount of $55 ends on Friday, February 19th!

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