Grey to Green Conference 2019: Adapting to Climate Change
Grey to Green is taking place in Toronto on April 4 & 5 and will highlight new policy, design practices, and innovative products in the green infrastructure sector. Our goal is to help inform the current policy debate by making the case for a rapid and significant increase in green infrastructure investment, a trend that’s occurring worldwide.
When it’s gone…it’s gone!
There are less than 72 hours left to take advantage of early bird pricing for the Grey to Green Conference Toronto, held in the Holiday Inn Yorkdale on April 4th and 5th. We don’t know about you, but we find everything is just a bit greater when it comes with a special discount. So, why not take advantage of the offer?
Don’t miss out on a discount almost too good to be true! With a diverse list of panel discussions, plenty of workshops to participate in, informative walking tours, and a trade show floor with industry experts, #GreytoGreenTdot is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
This year, Grey to Green will highlight the economic impacts of climate change adaptation such as flooding and the urban heat island. Flooding affects both the individual in terms of health and well being and has significant economic impacts for society. These issues will continue to get worse as climate change progresses, but green infrastructure can help. Our cities are experiencing a greater frequency of heat waves and higher average temperatures.
This has negative economic, social and healthy impacts. Quantifying green infrastructure performance helps us understand the myriad benefits of green infrastructure and determine their economic value, a crucial step in expanding public and private investments the use of these technologies.
The Grey to Green Conference features the latest research, industry developments, and end-users to share, learn and network. Attend concurrent sessions and networking events with industry leaders, attend training courses and workshops, and participate in tours across the GTA.
CEU: Grey to Green Toronto is approved for CEU from CNLA.
We are currently pending approval for 7 CEUs from AIA, APLD, ASLA, BOMI, CNLA, and RCI. Continuing Education Units earned at Grey to Green Toronto can be used towards these accreditations: OAA, OALA, and GRP. An individual can obtain anywhere from seven to 21 CEU credits at Grey to Green Toronto.
The Grey to Green Conference features the latest research, industry developments, and end-users to share, learn and network over three full days of programming and training – with a dash of inspiring speakers and case studies.
A Discount Almost too Good to Be True Ends Friday
Early Bird Ticket Pricing ends this Friday, March 1st!
Take advantage now for the Grey to Green Conference Toronto, and we hope to see you here!
~ Green Roofs for Healthy Cities (GRHC)
Green Roofs for Healthy Cities’ mission is to increase the awareness of the economic, social and environmental benefits of green roofs and green walls, and other forms of living architecture through education, advocacy, professional development and celebrations of excellence.
Visit www.greenroofs.org for more information.
Contact Steven Peck, GRHC founder and president at firstname.lastname@example.org and 416-971-4494 x 233.