Don’t Miss the Last Early Bird Rate for Grey to Green on May 5!

May 3, 2016 at 9:00 am

Grey to Green 2016

We are just under a month away from the 4th Annual Grey to Green Conference on Green Infrastructure and Climate Change presented by Green Roofs for Healthy Cities.  As a Media Partner once again, Greenroofs.com wants you to save some money and take advantage of their last Early Bird Registration!

Register by this Thursday, May 5th and save up to $50 off Delegate Pass ($325 CDN).

Grey to Green 2016

Join us and your colleagues at the 4th Annual Grey to Green Conference this summer in Toronto, the most populous city in Canada and the home to innovative green infrastructure policies, design, and technologies. Take advantage of the Canadian/American exchange rate where Americans can expect savings of up to 20%.

Held on June 1 – 4 at Ryerson University’s Department of Architectural Science, Grey to Green 2016 is about the value of green infrastructure (bioswales, green roofs and walls, urban forests, etc.) as an important tool in the fight to both mitigate against and adapt to climate change.

Here are FOUR reasons that you shouldn’t miss Grey to Green this year:

1. Tour Toronto’s Most Innovative Green Infrastructure Projects:

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Ryerson University Rooftop Farm Tour

University of Toronto GRIT Lab Tour

Pan Am Village/ Canary District Tour

Learn about all of the tours here.

2. Enhance Your Knowledge with Professional Development Training Courses:

Attend the following training courses at Grey to Green to improve your professional practice and earn continuing education (professional development) hours:

  • Make it Work: How to Properly Construct LID Green Infrastructure
  • Introduction to Rooftop Urban Agriculture
  • Green Walls 101: Systems Overview and Design
  • Green Infrastructure: Policies, Performance, and Projects
  • Advanced Green Roof Maintenance

3. Networking Among Industry Professionals on the Lake:

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Come and spend the night at Harbourfront Toronto! Tickets include beer sampling, light dinner, expert-led Green Infrastructure Tour of Music Garden & HTO Park and unique opportunities to network with green infrastructure industry professionals.

4. Attend Technical Sessions by Canadian Industry Professionals:

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Toronto’s New Green Streets:
Building a Resilient City
Sheila Boudreau, City of Toronto

Financial Tools to Support Adaptation: Stormwater Charges and Fees
Victoria Kramkowski, City of Mississauga

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Toronto’s Green Roof By Law and its Positive Impacts on Resiliency
Jane Welsh, City of Toronto

Coming Full Circle: The Future of Living Architecture Design
Craig Applegath, Dialog

Conference Delegate Pass includes all sessions & keynote speakers, trade show, hospitality (coffee breaks & lunch on trade show floor), and webcast proceedings.

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Investment in living green infrastructure within our communities will help us mitigate and adapt to climate change and to stimulate much needed employment for a broad range of professionals, and Grey to Green 2016 highlights this goal.

Grey to Green 2016

For more information visit Grey to Green at www.greytogreenconference.org.

Hopefully we’ll see you there!

By Linda S. Velazquez, ASLA, LEEP AP, GRP
Greenroofs.com Publisher