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Building Lasting Change 2016

June 06 - June 08, 2016
105 Princes' Blvd., Exhibition Place, Toronto, Ontario

At this year’s Building Lasting Change we’re bringing you green building content from some of the world’s leading experts.
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from many great minds, all in one place. Including:

Paul de Ruiter, Directeur, Architectenbureau Paul de Ruiter bv (Master Speaker)
9:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m., Tuesday, June 7
At Paul de Ruiter Architects they are convinced that sustainability issues can be resolved at the city level, not just individual buildings. By connecting buildings to each other, they’re enabled to share energy in order to achieve a more intelligent and energy-neutral living environment. By blending functions and ensuring circularity, CO2 emissions can be limited, as well as water consumption and waste streams, resulting in healthier cities. Intelligent buildings have the power to affect society on all different levels. They are not only able to generate energy in technical terms, but also in terms of the human factor.

International Green Building Councils Panel
Presentation: Global Progress & Innovation: Green Building Councils Leading the Way
9:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m., Tuesday, June 7
Featuring: Romilly Madew, CEO, Green Building Council of Australia; Sundaresan Raghupathy, Executive Director, Confederation of Indian Industry; Christine Lemaitre, CEO, Germany Green Building Council
Moderated by: Thomas Mueller, President and CEO, Canada Green Building Council
Join the Chief Executives of three of the largest Green Building Councils for this multi-national perspective on innovation in green building. Hear about how Australia, India and Germany are making progress on net zero energy building, health and wellness, affordable green housing and green real estate. Participants will learn about the common challenges and real pathways to change as these innovative GBCs work with their respective governments, industry stakeholders and supporters to achieve their ultimate goal of transforming the built environment.

Kathy Gerwig, Vice President, Kaiser Permanente (Master Speaker)
Presentation: Better Health through Greener Buildings
9 a.m. to 10 a.m., Wednesday, June 8

Designing and building facilities that are good for the planet and for the well-being of people who work in them has enormous potential. Kaiser Permanente has made the health of the natural environment a part of its approach to providing quality, affordable healthcare. By addressing environmental stressors that affect communities as a whole, we can also create healthier places for individuals.


Oliver Lang, Architect, Lang Wilson Practice in Architecture Culture, Jennifer Sanguinetti, Director of Project Services, University of British Columbia, and Penny Martyn, Green Building Manager, University of British Columbia
9 a.m. to 10 a.m., Wednesday, June 8
This presentation will investigate the use of mass timber construction in several different case studies, including both site built and prefabricated cases from the UBC campus and around Vancouver. Case studies include the 18-storey Brock Commons, the new Campus Energy Centre and the Monad prototype. As well, we will challenge the audience with questions of how we can achieve the necessary paradigm shift that will allow us to create livable, adaptable and affordable solutions for our urban environments.


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http://www.cagbc.org/CAGBC/Conference/Register.aspx

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