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December 8, 2011

Please join us for an educational seminar
Reading Towards Sustainability
Thursday, December 15, 2011
6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Green Building Resource Center
City of Houston Public Works and Engineering
Houston Permitting Center
1002 Washington Avenue
Houston 77002

Reading, besides being a wonderful use of the mind, can help gather momentum on your chosen path: Predictably, the Program Director has read a few books on the subject of sustainability on his path to the Green Building Resource Center. Are you an avid reader? Perhaps you worry about the commitment to a book if it is more title than substance. This session will feature a slide presentation of many quotes from a plethora of interesting books that range from best sellers to a few you might not have heard about. Steve Stelzer will present converging ideas and contrasts from a cross section of the books to give the audience an idea of the community effect of authors concerned about the state of the human race and what we need to do to keep it on track with the planet. Each attendee will receive Mr. Stelzer's "The Blind Men and the Elephant" books list.

Perhaps some of these titles might spark the perfect gift, "presents of mind," for someone you know this holiday season.

See http://www.greenhoustontx.gov/gbrceducation.pdf for more details and a map.

Green Building Resource Center

Green Building Resource Center

We welcome your participation in these events, and your interest and support for green building efforts across Houston. Please RSVP to Steve Stelzer at 832.394.9050 or email steve.stelzer@houstontx.gov.

Green buildings provide greater energy efficiency, saving money for owners and users and the reuse of materials is better for the environment. Ultimately, they foster a happier and healthier workplace for employees. The Green Building Resource Center hosts periodic programs to educate the public about green building practices.

www.codegreenhouston.org

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