Make Better Infrastructure Decisions

Thank you to all Grey to Green 2017 exhibitors and sponsors, along with the amazing expert speakers who ensured attendees were exposed to innovative ideas, products, and services. This year was one of our best and we look forward to working with all of you in 2018!

Senior levels of government continue to overlook the many benefits of investing in living green infrastructure such as urban forests, green roofs and walls when making infrastructure decisions. Join us to shape a healthier and more resilient future with green infrastructure.

Explore the latest in performance, economic valuation, design, policy, and technology from Canada, the US, and worldwide. This interdisciplinary conference is the leading forum for designers, policy makers, manufacturers, growers, landscapers, and other green infrastructure professionals to discuss the benefits and growth of the green infrastructure industry.

Grey to Green also includes a trade show, cutting-edge workshops which include tours of outstanding Toronto projects, and exceptional networking events. This year, be one of the first to learn about the City of Toronto's new Green Streets Guideline and the Province of Ontario's new Stormwater Design Guidelines.

 

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Grey to Green Keynotes Included

Tony DiGiovanni Executive Director, Landscape Ontario How Investing in Green Infrastructure Creates Jobs

Tony DiGiovanni
Executive Director, Landscape Ontario

How Investing in Green Infrastructure Creates Jobs

Signe Nielsen Principal, Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects, P.C. The Lowline Underground Park in New York City

Signe Nielsen
Principal, Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects, P.C.

The Lowline Underground Park in New York City

Craig Applegath Architect, Principal, DIALOG Exploring the Benefits and Lessons Learned of the Proposed Rail Deck Park Project through DIALOG’s “Carleton University Architectural Studio”

Craig Applegath
Architect, Principal, DIALOG

Exploring the Benefits and Lessons Learned of the Proposed Rail Deck Park Project through DIALOG’s “Carleton University Architectural Studio”

Jennifer Keesmaat Chief Planner, City of Toronto Green Infrastructure for a Resilient City

Jennifer Keesmaat
Chief Planner, City of Toronto

Green Infrastructure for a Resilient City

Hon. Glen Murray, MPP Minister of the Environment and Climate Change Climate Change: Oceans, Forests and Local Food

Hon. Glen Murray, MPP
Minister of the Environment and Climate Change

Climate Change: Oceans, Forests and Local Food

Herbert Dreiseitl Director, Ramboll Liveable Cities Lab Shaping Liveable Cities - The Art to Integrate Blue, Green and Social

Herbert Dreiseitl
Director, Ramboll Liveable Cities Lab

Shaping Liveable Cities - The Art to Integrate Blue, Green and Social


“The Grey to Green conference is a fixture in my timetable because the program delivers world-class speakers on an emerging economy that should have a higher profile given its economic, social and environmental benefits. The conference is a great energizer for the believers.”
— Neil McKeown, Gro-Bark Ltd

Grey to Green 2017 was proudly presented by:

 
 

Grey to Green is made possible through the generous support of these sponsors and partners.