How Industrial Symbiosis Can Multiply Jobs and Environmental Benefits
The CSI Whistle Stop Tour will travel virtually across the region so we can share how sustainable infrastructure projects are re-shaping the Pacific Northwest for a better future. Throughout the virtual “stops” on this tour, we’ll highlight projects across the Pacific Northwest that are helping create stronger economies, more vibrant communities and a healthier environment, and we’ll share how CSI and our partners are helping to bring these projects to life.
Join us to learn about each of these projects and how, collectively, they are transforming our region and can serve as an example for sustainable infrastructure - across the country and around the world.
Whistle Stop #1 features Raymond, WA.
The program will cover how “industrial symbiosis” is coming to life in Raymond, WA, through integrated, multi-value approaches to economic development that can serve triple-bottom-line values, and speed our journey to sustainable and broadly shared prosperity
Our conversation will be guided by:
- Tour Guide: Jim Sayce, Director at the Port of Willapa Harbor
- Host: Rhys Roth, Executive Director at Center for Sustainable Infrastructure
- Guest Panelist, Steve Moddemeyer, Principal at CollinsWoerman
- Guest Panelist, Kathleen Sayce, Ecological Consultant and Botanist
- Per Møller, Senior symbiosis developer, Kalundborg Symbiosis
We'll Get the Answers to These Questions:
-What the heck is ‘Industrial Symbiosis’?
-How did Washington legislators pass a bipartisan measure to stand up the nation’s first statewide Industrial Symbiosis program?
-How can Industrial Symbiosis multiply jobs, grow community value, and achieve breakthroughs in environmental performance in a wide range of NW communities?
-What is CSI doing to scale Industrial Symbiosis, and how can I help?