2019 Tours

The 2019 Climate Leadership Conference was held in Baltimore March 20-22. Check back for details on the 2020 program.

Tours, Friday, March 22, 2019
Registration required for all tours. Please sign up through the conference Registration Portal
1:30 pm – 2:30 pmOriole Park at Camden Yards Sustainability Tour
(limit to 40 participants)

Join fellow sports fans for a one-hour behind-the-scenes tour highlighting the sustainability efforts and features of Oriole Park at Camden Yards. In April 2018, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) awarded LEED Gold certification for an existing building, putting it in the company of just a small group of LEED Gold certified ballparks in Major League Baseball. Learn about Camden Yards’ year-round sustainable practices including waste management, recycling, paperless tickets, and reduced energy usage. The tour will conclude near the Orioles team store and Dempsey’s Brew Pub and Restaurant.

1:30 pm – 2:30 pmHealthy Harbor Walking Eco Tour
(limit 30 participants)

Join a guided walking Eco Tour of the Baltimore Harbor’s urban sustainability projects. Your tour guide from the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore will provide an inside look at various environmentally-minded projects along the Harbor, including floating wetlands, oyster gardens, Pierce’s Park rain gardens, and Mr. Trash Wheel. The tour will cover about one mile, so comfortable walking shoes are encouraged.

Learn more about the Eco Tour at: www.baltimorewaterfront.com

1:00 pm – 1:30 pmSustainability Tour of Exelon Building at Harbor Point
(limit 15 participants)

The cornerstone of the Harbor Point project, the Exelon Building represents the pinnacle of merging innovative design with a forward-thinking approach to sustainable building practices. The Exelon Building is a 21-story, mixed-use building that serves as the regional office for the Exelon Corporation and the new headquarters of Exelon’s Constellation business unit. The building includes a 65,000 square-foot energy trading floor, encompassing operations such as electricity and natural gas trading, generation dispatch, and meteorologist support services. The Exelon Building is a model for sustainable building practices – the core and shell have earned a LEED Gold designation, while the interiors have reached LEED Platinum status.