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SPECIAL EVENT | Greentopia Futures Summit 

Want to get involved in the movement to shift Rochester's infrastructure toward sustainability, but not sure how? Connect with other like-minded, motivated individuals, and learn how they're accomplishing great things elsewhere at this week's Greentopia Futures Summit.

On Wednesday, October 21, the conference will be held at Monroe Community College (1000 East Henrietta Road), with a theme of "Cities of the Future: Designing 21st-century cities with green districts," and featuring experts Jason Roberts of Dallas, Antwi Akom of San Francisco, and Taras Grescoe of Montreal, along with more than 20 panelists and moderators from all over North America.

The event will take place from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., and is free for students and educators to attend. Government and non-profit employees and seniors get in for $20, and general admission is $55. For tickets, schedules, and more information, visit greentopia.org/futures-summit.

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