Canada Green Building Council

CaGBC National Conference and Expo 2013

Building Lasting Change

The buildings and infrastructure built today must be resilient and adaptive to a changing environment. It is essential they create long-term value through improved energy performance and less water consumption. Communities should be designed to mitigate the environmental challenges that lie ahead, and this involves city planning that accommodates vast future urbanization, while still providing improved quality of life. The upcoming 2013 CaGBC National Conference and Expo will examine the challenges faced in building lasting change. Keynote speakers include visionary environmental business leader and advocate Robert F. J. Kennedy Jr., and Jeb Brugmann, a global practice leader in local sustainability and poverty reduction. The program features the following educational streams:

  • LEED in Canada: 10 Years of Innovation
  • Future Green: Neighbourhoods and Cities
  • Leading the Way: Green Commercial Real Estate
  • Next Generation of Products and Materials
  • Pushing the Boundaries: Net Positive Buildings (SB13)
  • Master Speaker Series

Don’t miss this opportunity to network and learn about some of the most innovative companies, products and services that Canada’s green building industry has to offer, on both the expo floor and demonstration stage. Browse through innovative poster presentations on display to see more visions of Canada’s green building future. It all takes place Tuesday to Thursday, June 4-6, 2013 at the Vancouver Convention Centre East, 999 Canada Place, Vancouver. For more information and to register, visit http://www.cagbc.org/AM/Template.cfm?Section=National_Events.

Core and Non-core LUs available

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