Randall Lewis/ULI Building Healthy Places Forum

October 24, 2022 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM (GMT-06:00) Central Time Full Members only
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The fifteenth in the series of Building Healthy Places Forums will be held in conjunction with ULI’s Fall Meeting in Dallas and will explore opportunities to build with nature, despite growing threats posed by wildfires, extreme heat and a changing climate.
This forum, generously supported by ULI Foundation Governor Randall Lewis, brings together leaders in health, wellness, and real estate to discuss what they are doing, planning, and observing in the field. This will be a content-heavy, interactive discussion and exchange.
The forum is organized in collaboration with ULI member leaders and will focus on sharing information about Texas-based projects at the intersection of health and the built environment and applying lessons from these projects to the work of forum participants.
Forum Highlights
Dr. Paul Hessburg (keynote), research landscape ecologist with the USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station (PNWRS) where he leads research on management of forest landscapes and impacts on human settlement.
Mark Lamster (panel moderator), architecture critic of the Dallas Morning News, professor of architecture at the University of Texas at Arlington, and author of The Man in the Glass House, the award-winning biography of architect Philip Johnson.
Case Study Tour: Trinity River Audubon Center. Explore this showcase of sustainability and gateway to the 6,000-acre Great Trinity Forest, the largest urban hardwood forest in the United States. </p>