SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE WHISTLE STOP TOUR
All Aboard for a Thriving Future
BEGINS OCTOBER 21st
CSI's Whistle Stop Tour is a series of virtual events and conversations in communities across the Pacific NW.
We will visit towns where we’re seeing some of the most exciting projects take root that show how we can leverage infrastructure to help create a thriving and more sustainable future during this time of unprecedented change.
At each Whistlestop Station, we'll visit many of the places we've been working with through our Innovation Lab. On the tour you’ll meet some of the terrific PNW innovators who’ve been working with the CSI Innovation Lab, and we’ll introduce you to thought leaders discussing the biggest questions impacting infrastructure policy and investment during this time of unprecedented change.
Our first three stops:
Raymond, WA: October 21st. When More Industry is Also Pro-Environment: How Industrial Symbiosis Can Multiply Jobs and Environmental Benefit. Watch and Share the Whistle Stop Tour Recording and dive deep into the tour and additional resources on industrial symbiosis'.
Olympia, WA - December. Cashing in on the “Integration Dividend": Smarter Infrastructure Spending to Build Thriving Communities
Gresham, OR: Early 2021 Leveraging Infrastructure Projects to Build a More Equitable and Resilient World: Engaging People in Reimagining the Infrastructure that Serves Them
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Our aim: to build a thriving, sustainable future of broadly shared prosperity in communities all across our region through integrated infrastructure solutions.
Our goal is to raise $500,000 over the next six months.
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New! CSI is launching a new strategic partnership with leading Pacific Northwest companies who work in the sustainable infrastructure space, to advance groundbreaking policies and projects and grow the region into a significant incubator of state-of-the-art infrastructure solutions.
Contact Lisa McCrummen (Lisa at centerforsi.org) to learn more.