September 27, 2014
by Canadian Architect
The largest climate march in history took place last week, as over 100 international leaders gathered in New York City to hammer out strategies addressing the economic, social, and environmental impacts of climate change.
How are leaders in the built environment participating in the climate change adaptation and mitigation conversation, which is rapidly becoming part of sustainability plans, development, approvals, insurance premiums, and construction codes and standards?
On Thursday, October 2, 2014 at the groundbreaking Daniels Spectrum building in Toronto, hear from 16 thought-leading experts at Sustainable Buildings Canada’s 10th annual Green Building Festival themed ResilienCity. A roster of Canadian and international speakers will explore best practices, economic models, and implementation experiences from across the country and around the world.
Come out to learn more about the strategies, technologies, and practices that will help you manage buildings and infrastructure to mitigate this emerging risk.
Earn up to 6 Continuing Education Hours for only $149 with a value-packed full day of expert speakers, lunch and networking reception, and a tour of Regent Park.
For more information and to register, please visit http://sbcanada.org/gbfestival/
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