The Sustainable Atlanta Roundtable (SART) is a monthly policy and discussion forum open to the public. It attracts professionals from multiple sectors, as well as policymakers, members of the media and concerned citizens from Atlanta and beyond. SART focuses on environmental and social issues facing metro Atlanta, the region and beyond, with topics that include sustainability in business and industry, building science, urban planning, government policy and more.
January 8, 2021 | 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EST
Registration coming soon.
Stormwater management and water quality are important to the economic and environmental health of cities like Sarasota. Rainwater must be intercepted or purified by engineered or ecological systems to avoid transporting nutrients that would contaminate beachfronts, impair fishing and foster red tide. A panel of experts from the greater Sarasota area and the national stage will describe the benefits of a comprehensive approach to stormwater management as an example for coastal cities worldwide.
Charles C. Reith
President, Florida House Institute Board of Directors
CEO, IB Environmental
Chairman/CEO, START (Solutions to Avoid Red Tide)
Shafer Consulting and the Science and Environment Council
Senior Vice President for Community Investment, Gulf Coast Community Foundation
Webinar Registration – FREE