On Thursday, May 10th, 2012, The Buildings, Safety Engineering and Environmental Administration Office, held a meeting at the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center, #401, 2 Woodward Avenue.
White House Council on Environmental Quality, Deputy Director Gary Guzy partnered with Mayor Bing’s top advisors and GreeningDetroit.com. The round table discussion was regarding environment, sustainability, and energy from a local and federal perspective.
This roundtable facilitated a high-level conversation with the administration as well as the Mayor’s office. Invited were key principals of stakeholders in the Detroit area including GreeningDetroit.com.
Special thanks was given to GreeningDetroit.com from The White House Council on Environmental Quality for pulling together a very special meeting on such short notice. Twenty Two (22) out of Twenty Three (23) round table participants/attendees were identified and invited from the GreeningDetroit.com website.
The Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) coordinates Federal environmental efforts and works closely with agencies and other White House offices in the development of environmental policies and initiatives. The Council’s Chair, Nancy Sutley, and the Deputy Director Gary Guzy, serve as the principal environmental policy advisers to the President of The United States of America – President Obama. CEQ assists and advises the President in developing environmental policies and initiatives.
For more information on Public Engagement/Policy Outreach Council on Environmental Quality www.whitehouse.gov/ceq
Source: The White House / GreeningDetroit.com