Green Eggs & Ham
Join us on May 27 for the next installment of our Green Eggs & Ham morning roundtable series as we discuss past, present and future issues regarding the preservation of Atlanta's built environment and its importance in the continued sustainable development of the urban core.
Green Eggs & Ham is an ongoing morning program of Generation Green of the Georgia Conservancy. Each event features a topical discussion with a compelling speaker or panel. Past discussions have included the political landscape for Georgia's environment, transportation issues in metro Atlanta, the downtown Atlanta renaissance and the urban food movement.
Topic: Saving Atlanta: Preserving and Conserving our Built Environment
When: Wednesday, May 27 // 7 AM - 9 AM (Program begins at 7:45)
Where: King and Spalding // 1180 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia
- Maria Saporta, Editor of SaportaReport
- Darin Givens, Editor at ATL Urbanist
- Molly Fortune, Director of Restoration for The Fox Theatre
- Kit Sutherland, Board Member at Old 4th Ward Business Association
- Thomas Wheatley, News Editor at Creative Loafing Atlanta
Limited seating. Please register to reserve a seat. Walk-ups will be welcomed, if space provides.
If traveling by MARTA, please exit at the Arts Center Station at 15th Street. King and Spalding is short walk east and south at Peachtree Street and 14th Street.
Public Parking available across the street at Colony Square on 14th Street and Peachtree St.