Featuring Pike Research editorial director Richard Martin along with Samantha Connolly, a senior sustainability consultant at CH2M Hill who served as the assurance manager for sustainability for the London 2012 Olympic Delivery Partner, this webinar will provide an overview of the sustainability efforts for this summer’s Games, examine the accomplishments and the legacy of the Green Games, and draw lessons for other events and other communities from the experience of hosting the 2012 Olympics.
Sustainability programs at the 2012 Olympics
Public response to the Olympics’ construction and development programs
Sustainable economic development centered around one-time events
Sustainable large-event planning and management
Clean technology and best practices at the 2012 Olympics
What does this webinar answer?
How have the organizers of the London Olympics tried to make these the greenest Games in history?
How will the Games contribute to sustainable economic development in East London?
What technologies and systems have been instrumental in achieving the ODA’s sustainability goals?
What will be the legacy of the 2012 Games?
What lessons for other events and communities can be drawn from the sustainability program at the London Olympics?
Who needs to attend?
Economic development agencies
Architecture, engineering, and construction firms