AMLI to tackle sustainability questions

Want to learn the latest in energy efficiency, research highlighting Evanston companies that are saving green by going green, and get the low down on some of the most popular eco-myths?

AMLI, developers of one of the city’s premier luxury apartment buildings at 737 Chicago Ave., and active in sustainability nationwide, is teaming with the Union of Concerned Scientists.

The research advocacy organization working to solve some of the country’s most pressing problems is scheduled to come to Streets Alive!

Described as the city’s “Biggest Block Party,” the city will close a mile stretch of Main Street, running from Hinman Avenue to the Robert Crown Center, 1701 Main St., to vehicular traffic from 1 p.m., to 6 p.m. in order to promote walking, biking and other activities in an area that is usually comprised of cars.

The city of Evanston and Citizens Greener Evanston are sponsoring the event, which is to include dozens of games, booths, sports activities, food trucks and live performances.

AMLI is sponsoring Deena Roumelioutis, an architect, along with John Rogers, author of “Cooler, Smarter, and a senior energy analyst with the Union of Concerned Scientists, to answer questions about what it means to live sustainable.

To learn more about the festival, visit evanstonstreetsalive.org.

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