Forum kicks off initiative to make changes for a better future.
by Karen Goff
Ideally, the Reston of the next 50 years will have fewer cars, more bikes, greener homes and more people buying local.
Those were some of the topics discussed on Saturday at Sustainable Reston's "Looking Back, Moving Forward," conference at Reston Community Center at Hunters Woods.
The event was the kickoff of a three-year initiative by Sustainable Reston. . . .
The Champions Panel explains how small changes can have
a big impact.
Click here for the rest of this article, including overviews of key points from keynote speaker Michael Shuman's speech on buying local, comments by the Sustainability Champions Panel, and this year's Reston Sustainability Award winners.