Sustainability in the East Village panel discussion

  • 18 Feb 2016
  • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Quartyard - 1102 Market St, San Diego, CA 92101


  • Attendance at this panel discussion is free.

Registration is closed

Join us for an exciting panel discussion, open to all San Diego groups and free-thinkers, as well as all Net Positive Conference attendees. San Diego design professionals will converse about design challenges, planning opportunities, and the forward thinking policies needed for creating sustainable and resilient neighborhoods. 

The panel will talk about how to build sustainable communities that cultivate a new culture in the east village neighborhood of downtown San Diego. Throughout the discussion, audience members will have the opportunity to ask questions and provide input regarding sustainable community development and what that means to them.

Following the panel discussion, the conversation will continue in order to frame and capture the tangible next steps required for transforming San Diego into a national leader for sustainable urban development.

Registration to this panel discussion is free, your sustainable solutions are welcomed. The panel is also being hosted in collaboration with the Net Positive Energy+Water conference 'Shoulder Events'. For more information on the conference or tours, please visit

Doors open at 2pm, panel discussion starts at 3pm, and social hour starts at 4pm

Panelists include:

  • Stacey Pennington, Urban Planner at Maker’s Quarter

  • Matthew Winter, Architect at BNIM Architects

  • Joe LaCava, Civil Engineer & Chair of the City of San Diego Community Planners Committee

  • Howard Blackson, Director of Planning at PlaceMakers LLC

  • David Malmuth, Partner at the I.D.E.A. District

  • Moderator - John Ambert, Architect/Sustainability Specialist at BNIM Architects


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