The 1/18/2011 earth2lincoln radio program will discuss the implications of sustainability relative to world population growth. W. Cecil Steward, CEO & Founder of the Joslyn Center Institute for Sustainable Communities, will be our guest for program.
Cecil Steward is professor and dean emeritus of the College of Architecture at UNL, where he served as dean for 27 years. In 1996 he founded the Joslyn Castle Institute for Sustainable Communities. He currently serves as the President and CEO of the JCI. Cecil is also a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and a former national president of the American Institute of Architects.
Cecil will outline his international work along with the myriad of local sustainability initiatives that he has seeded in Lincoln and other Nebraska communities. Local work includes:
- Josyln Center Institute for Sustainable Communities - www.ecospheres.com
- EcoStores Nebraska - www.ecostoresne.org
- Lincoln Green by Design - www.lincolngreenbydesign.com
Cecil has also played a pivotal role in organizing a statewide dialogue on sustainability and Nebraska's environment called Conversation Conferences via his work with the Nebraska Sustainability Leadership Workshop Series. More info on the discussion can be found at, www.nslw.org.
earth 2 lincoln encourages listeners to check these sites out for more info on how to get involved with sustainability actions here in Lincoln and Nebraska.