Join us at Grey to Green 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. 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.
2019 Key Dates and Deadlines:
January 25, 2019 - Exhibitor Early Bird Deadline - prices go up on January 26th.
January 16- Registration Opens
Feb 1 - Detailed Agenda Released
March 1 - Registration Early Bird Deadline
April 4 - Grey to Green Conference
April 5 -Training & Tours
Who should attend?
Getting Involved at Grey to Green 2019
Grey to Green is made possible through the generous support of these sponsors and partners.
Highlights from 2018
2018 was a highly successful year at Grey to Green with over 300 attendees, strong programming, a trade show full of experts of the industry, excellent learning opportunities, and a great variety of technical tours of green infrastructure in Toronto. Please check out some of the programmatic highlights, including keynotes, designers, training and tours from 2018.
Couldn't attend Grey to Green 2018?
Couldn't attend the conference in person? Order the Conference Recordings and see keynotes and select technical sessions.