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BOMA April Meeting
April 19 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
“Beyond LEED – Wildlife Habitat Council Certification as a Sustainability Differentiator”
Presented by Kennedy Jenks Consultants, Inc.
April 19, 2023
5pm – 8pm
340 Mt. Kemble Ave.,
Join us on April 19th to celebrate Earth Day and learn how Wildlife Habitat Council Certification can add to your sustainability toolbox with Lora Sterner and Emily Lynch from Kennedy Jenks Consultants, Inc. (Kennedy Jenks).
- Methods to increase Your Sustainability Toolbox
- Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) Conservation Opportunities for Buildings and Grounds
- How Does WHC Certification Work? What are the benefits for CRE Buildings?
- Case Study – BXP (Boston Properties) Carnegie Center
- Outdoor WHC Program Demo + Outdoor Tour – Building Patio and Grounds
- Q&A plus one on one time to discuss WHC certification and program opportunities with Lora, Emily and BOMA members from BXP.
Kennedy Jenks Consultants, Inc. (Kennedy Jenks) is a leading water, engineering, and environmental firm with over 100 years of experience and 34 offices nationwide, including Princeton NJ. Kennedy Jenks provides engineering and science-based solutions for private and public clients by creating tailored and sustainable solutions.
The sustainable use of assets is a cornerstone of low-impact design. Built asset management often focuses on optimizing the consumption of natural resource assets (e.g., reduced energy demands of a LEED-certified building). Kennedy Jenks’ natural resource management scientists extend these principles from our built infrastructure to the natural world around it, achieving a net positive environmental benefit. Kennedy Jenks applies asset management and value creation tenets to managing natural resource assets, making big impacts with subtle changes and small investments. Whether it’s a one-time construction project or a programmatic approach to delivering on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) metrics, the efficient management of natural resource assets yields measurable benefits.
Wildlife Habitat Council represents the only voluntary sustainability standard designed for broad-based biodiversity enhancement and conservation education activities on corporate landholdings. For nearly two decades, Lora Sterner and Emily Lynch have been creating and managing Wildlife Habitat Council programs to achieve our corporate clients’ goals, delivering multiple Gold and Silver Certified programs. With increased visibility related to sustainability and ESG, our team shares your focus on responsible resource use. Kennedy Jenks’ wildlife and natural resource management expertise compliments investments made on water/energy consumption and waste minimization – creating net environmental benefits and a holistic approach to managing and messaging your environmental footprint. In partnering with our clients, we value our role in supporting their commitment to comprehensive and responsible resource management and creating leaders in sustainability that stand apart in their industry.
Lora Sterner – firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Associate Environmental Scientist
18 Years Experience
B.S. and M.S., Earth and Environmental Sciences, Lehigh University
Emily Lynch – email@example.com
Staff Environmental Scientist
5 Years Experience
B.S. Biology, Environmental Science, Lafayette College
Members $110 | Wait-List $135 | Non-Members $165 | BOMA Emerging Leader Members $25
Two ways to register: Online www.bomanj.org or email us at Info@bomanj.org to reserve your place at this event.
Questions – please call Pat Hanley c: 973-477-7625.
Thank you to our BOMA Annual Sponsors!