RRT2010

Conference Overview || Agenda || Sessions || Presenters || Registration || Lodging

If you couldn't make some sessions or missed the conference altogether, here are some of the presentations.

 

Tuesday, October 5, 2010 - Day 1

7:00 - 8:30 am

Fall ferry schedule: boats from Seattle to Bainbridge @ 7:05 am, 7:55 am, 8:45am

Shuttle service available between Bainbridge and the Clearwater Resort ~ 20 min. travel time

8:30 - 9:00 am

ARRIVAL/CHECK-IN

Breakfast available for purchase from hotel lobby buffet


MEETING 1

ROOM: KITSAP HALL

MEETING 2

ROOM: HAWK'S NEST

9:00 - 10:15 am

E3 Meeting

Join Kristin Pierre, U.S. EPA; Scott Hutchins, Dept. of Energy; Suganthi Simons, Region 4, EPA; and regional stakeholders in a conversation about E3—Economy, Energy, and Environment—a coordinated federal and local technical assistance initiative that is helping manufacturers across the nation adapt and thrive in a new business era focused on sustainability. In the process, E3 is boosting local economies and benefiting the communities with creation of “green jobs” and reduced environmental impacts. Those participating will discuss opportunities for E3 pilot projects in the Northwest.

OPEN
10:15 - 10:45 am
BREAK
10:45 - noon E3 Meeting continuation
OPEN
noon - 1:00 pm


BOX LUNCH ON-SITE
1:00 - 4:00 pm


P2 TOURS (OFF-SITE)

Stormwater: Kitsap County Water Quality Specialists will lead visits to three sites and offer interpretation of these approaches to stormwater management and low impact development.

Meet at Olympic College, Poulsbo Campus, 1000 Olympic College Place NW, Poulsbo, WA, at 1 p.m. Directions to the site here. Ride sharing is encouraged!
LEAD: LCS

P2 TOURS (OFF-SITE)

"How is Acidification Impacting the Puget Sound Shellfish Industry?": Tour Taylor Shellfish's Dabob Bay Hatchery with Bill Dewey, Taylor Shellfish; Paul Williams, Fisheries Biologist, Suquamish Tribe; Paul McElhany, NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center

The tour will meet in front of the hotel at the Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort at 1 p.m.
LEAD: Brian Penttila & Jonathan Stumpf

 

MEETING 1

ROOM: KITSAP HALL

MEETING 2

ROOM: HAWK'S NEST

1:00 - 4:00 pm

E3 Meeting continuation

(ends at 3:30 pm)

PPRC Board Meeting
(INVITATION ONLY)

Attendees:   PPRC board members 
Lead:  Paula Del Giudice
4:00 - 5:00 pm


P2 Coordinators Meeting

OPEN
4:00 - 5:30 pm
BREAK
5:30 - 7:30 pm

Welcome Social Reception & Edutainment

Light hors d'oeuvres, no-host bar

Strategic storyteller, Peter Donaldson, presents:"Puget Sound 2050"

late afternoon and evening

Ferries to Seattle every 40-60 min. btwn 4:30pm-9:45pm… then ~11:30pm and 1am

Shuttle service between resort & ferry dock available; allow ~20 min. travel time

 

 

 

Wednesday, October 6, 2010 - Day 2

7:00 - 8:30 am

Fall ferry schedule: boats from Seattle to Bainbridge @ 7:05 am, 7:55 am, 8:45am

Shuttle service available between Bainbridge and the Clearwater Resort ~20 min. travel time

8:30 - 9:00 am

ARRIVAL/CHECK-IN

Breakfast available for purchase from hotel lobby buffet

9:00 - 10:10 am

WELCOMING REMARKS and PLENARY SESSION

Welcoming Remarks:

Paula Del Giudice, Executive Director, PPRC & Bill Dunbar, PPRC Board of Directors

Aggie Pratt, Suquamish Tribe, Welcome

KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

ANITA BURKE, Founder, Catalyst Institute


10:10 - 10:30 am
BREAK
 

BREAKOUT ROOM 1

KITSAP HALL

BREAKOUT ROOM 2

CHICO ROOM

10:30 - noon

THE BIG PICTURE

Climate Change/Energy Efficiency Track

“Community-Level Planning for the Northwest’s Industrial Future”

  • Scott Hutchins, DOE: “Energy, Economy, & the Environment”
  • Andreas W. Koenig, Re-tem Corporation: "Eco Industrial Development in Seattle"
  • Cameron Hewes, General Biodiesel: Community Scale Energy

THE BIG PICTURE

Green Chemistry/Toxics Reduction Track

“Implementing Toxics Reduction Strategies in the Northwest”

  • Tom Boucher, WA Dept. of Ecology: "Toxic Metals Prevention Campaign: How's it Going In WA?"
  • David Livengood, OR DEQ:“Priority Toxic Chemicals Work. How’s it going in Oregon?”
  • Claire Tonry, StorwateRx LLC : "Storm Water in Puget Sound"

 

Noon - 1:15 pm


BUFFET LUNCH ON-SITE

NETWORKING (no speaker)

 

BREAKOUT ROOM 1

KITSAP HALL

BREAKOUT ROOM 2

CHICO ROOM

1:15 - 3 pm

THE TOOLS

Climate Change/Energy Efficiency Track

“Carbon Reduction Mitigation Opportunities”

  • Mike Mann, Cyan Strategies : “Seattle Building Energy Benchmarking”
  • Robert Drake, EPA:  “Energy Star: Beyond Appliances and Building Energy”
  • Natalie Hummel, EPA: "GHG and Cost Calculators"

THE TOOLS

Green Chemistry /Toxics Reduction Track

  • Shari Franjevic, Clean Production Action: "An Introduction to Green Screen for Chemical Alternatives Assessment"
  • George Thompson, : "CCS's Chemical and Product Database"
  • Kirk Myers, Social Responsibility Manager, REI: TBA
3 - 3: 15 pm
BREAK
 

BREAKOUT ROOM 1

KITSAP HALL

3:15 - 4:30 pm

ADVANCING YOUR GREEN BUSINESS PRIORITIES

4:30 pm - END

Ferries to Seattle every 40-60 min. between 4:30pm-9:45pm… then ~11:30pm and 1am

Between resort & ferry dock, shuttle will be available, otherwise allow ~20 min. travel time