Communities are facing the twin challenges of creating affordable housing while also addressing climate issues. How can we move from a “gray” housing model to a “green” one that addresses the health and well-being of residents, communities and the world at large?
Join the Maryland Department of Planning and the Smart Growth Network as Dana Bourland shares her experience creating the first standard for green affordable housing that is designed to deliver measurable health, economic and environmental benefits.
Date: Friday March 26, 2021
Time: 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time
Speaker: Dana Bourland is Vice President for the Environment at the JPB Foundation. Before becoming VP of the environment program at JPB, Dana was Vice President of Green Initiatives for Enterprise Community Partners, a nonprofit dedicated to “making well-designed homes affordable”. She developed and oversaw all aspects of Enterprise’s Green Communities program including the creation of the Green Communities Criteria and Enterprise’s Multifamily Retrofit Program.