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Advanced Inquiry Program at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden with Miami U.

Earn your master’s degree at the Cincinnati Zoo through this inquiry-driven program focused on local conservation and social change. Apply by February 28 for admission in Spring 2015!

Cincinnati Zoo AIP Masters

The Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP) is a one-of-a-kind master’s degree program for formal and informal educators, as well as professionals with a heart for the environment, who want to develop their inquiry-based teaching skills inside and outside the classroom while striving to affect positive social change in their local community. Co-delivered by the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden and Miami University’s Project Dragonfly, AIP combines graduate courses at the Zoo with web-based learning communities that connect you to a broad network of educators and community leaders.

Sustainable Urban Landscapes Symposium – Cincinnati Zoo

Good Morning to All,

We’ve added the last speaker to our lineup for our Sustainable Urban Landscapes Symposium.

Tracey Williams has done some truly innovative and exciting work with green walls and roofs in the Louisville area. We are very pleased to add her to an already stellar lineup. This will be a very informative day for land care professionals, arborists, landscape architects, designers, planners, municipalities, engineers, landscapers, and gardeners. CEUs approved or pending from ISA, ASLA, APLD, PLANET, ONLA, and PGMS. We hope you will join us! Registration is $49.00 and includes Zoo admission, parking, lunch, and snacks. Sponsorships are available. To register, go to www.cincinnatizoo.org

LEED-ing by Example

LEED-ing by Example Harvard Business School http://hbswk.hbs.edu/item/7112.html Published: November 19, 2012 Author: Carmen Nobel Comments 0 E-Mail Print Share Executive Summary: When a local government decides to pursue environmentally aware construction policies for its own buildings, the private sector follows suit, according to new research by Timothy Simcoe and Michael W. Toffel. About Faculty in […]

Here is a Green Building – Cincinnati Zoo Entry Village

Cincinnati Green Building Signage Project presents:

The “Greenest Zoo” in the U.S.
3400 Vine Street, Clifton, OH 45220

The 1.6 Mega Watt solar panels are on track to generate at least 20 percent of the Zoo’s electricity.

The Green Learning Station of the Civic Garden Center of Greater Cincinnati will showcase a proposed Green Building signage project in a display at Park+Vine Nov. 30 – Jan. 24, 2013. An opening reception will be held Friday, Nov. 30, 2012 – 6 to 8 p.m. at Park+Vine, 1202 Main Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202.

Cincinnati Zoo Entry Village is one of the buildings that are part of the Cincinnati Green Building Signage Project. The following are some of the sustainable features of the building.

Cincinnati Zoo LEED Platinum Tour and Energy Modeling Presentation

Cincinnati Zoo Green Building Tour and Energy Modeling Presentation – Learn how they achieved LEED Platinum for the Entry Village.

Feb. 29, 2012 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Cincinnati Zoo Harold Schott Education Center, LEED Silver, Corner Erkenbrecher Ave. and Dury Ave., Cin., OH 45220, (Zoo address 3400 Vine St, Cin., OH 45220), get parking code from Chuck – The Center is at the corner of Erkenbrecher Ave. and Dury Ave, 45220.

Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden

Cincinnati Zoo Harold Schott Education Center, LEED Silver, Corner Erkenbrecher Ave. and Dury Ave., Cin., OH 45220, (Zoo address 3400 Vine St, Cin., OH 45220), get parking code from Chuck – The Center is at the corner of Erkenbrecher Ave. and Dury Ave, 45220. April 21, 2011 Earth Day at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical […]