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Green Roofs for Healthy Cities (GRHC) is excited to announce the Grey to Green Conference, to be held virtually on June 22 from 10am – 4:30pm and June 23 from 10am – 6pm est.
Cost: $175 USD for one day, or $349 USD for both days.
This event will explore topics such as biomorphic urbanism; the role that food production will play in urban resilience; the intersection between indigenous knowledge and practice; and urban forestry, and much more! The conference is pending approval for 14 CEUs from the AIA, LACSE, OAA, and GRP. Register here, or read the complete agenda here.
The goal of this virtual green infrastructure conference is to help inform the current policy debate by making the case for a rapid and significant increase in green infrastructure investment in our COVID-19 recovery.
Grey to Green will feature a variety of sessions including standard panel discussions and ask an expert sessions. The conference will also have virtual networking so you can catch up with other attendees and share insights on green infrastructure. It will also include a Future Proof Design Jam, where a select number of attendees will reinvent six real urban spaces in Canada through the lens of green infrastructure.
Admission to the Future Proof Design Jam is FREE for all 2 Day Conference Registrants, but space is limited.
• Peter Kindel, AIA, RIBA, ASLA, on the tenets of Biomorphic Urbanism and illustrates how these design principles can restore natural systems while enhancing the human experience.
• Cecil Konijnendijk, Director, Nature Based Solutions Institute, will be presenting on the evidence-based guidelines for greener cities: the case of the 3-30-300 rule.
• Henry Gordon-Smith, Founder & CEO of Agritecture, on exploring the Role of Urban Food Production in future-proofing our cities.
• Jennifer Bousselot, Ph.D., GRP, Assistant Professor of Horticulture, Colorado State University, will be at the ask an expert session to discuss everything and anything related to agrivoltaics.
About Roofs for Healthy Cities (GRHC)
Green Roofs for Healthy Cities (GRHC) is a non-profit 501(c)(6) professional industry association working to grow the green roof and wall industry throughout North America since 1999. Our mission is to develop and protect the market by increasing the awareness of the economic, social, and environmental benefits of green roofs, green walls, and other forms of living architecture through education, advocacy, professional development, and celebrations of excellence.
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