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Please contact the Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability anytime by completing the form to the right.

If you have any questions about the May 2014 AIA China program, please feel free to ask in the adjacent Message box.

900 N. Glebe Rd.
Arlington, VA
USA

(540) 585-4985

The American Institute of Architects’ Housing Knowledge Community is partnering with the Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability at Virginia Tech (CLiGS) and the Yunnan Sustainability Network to offer a professional development and service learning opportunity in southwestern China to members of the AIA. Through this 10-day program, we will explore the opportunities and challenges to conceptualize, communicate, and develop sustainable housing and communities. Our itinerary will take us from Beijing and Shanghai to several communities In Yunnan, China’s most diverse province, ethnically, biologically, and ecologically. There we will explore the interactivity between Yunnan’s natural and cultural landscape and the rapid growth of China’s economy. 

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Please complete the following form to contact the Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability directly with any questions you may have. We look forward to hopefully seeing you in China this summer!

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Virginia Tech, National Capital Region
900 North Glebe Road
Arlington, VA, 22203
Tel: (571) 858-3000
Fax: (571) 858-3015
cligs@vt.edu

About CLiGS

The Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability (CLiGS), a center within Virginia Tech’s College of Natural Resources and Environment (CNRE), provides education, research, and leadership needed to navigate a rapidly changing world in order to contribute to a sustainable future.  Bringing together faculty and students from Virginia Tech with partners from other educational, business, civic, and government institutions, CLiGS is dedicated to exploring and facilitating interdisciplinary and collaborative approaches to sustainable development strategies in globally interconnected ecological, economic, and social environments. Located in the National Capital Region (NCR), CLiGS offers a range of graduate education and professional development programs to prepare students and leaders in environmental and natural resource sustainability to operate in a rapidly changing world.