The 2017 Grey to Green Conference: Quantifying Green Infrastructure explores 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.
 
Purchase the 2017 Grey to Green Conference Recordings and receive the keynote presentations and technical sessions from the speakers listed below.

This package includes the May 9th webcast broadcast, plus 1-year unlimited access to the video, audio and presentation slides from the speakers listed below.

The 2017 Grey to Green Conference Recordings are approved for up to 7 LA CES, AIA CES, Landscape Industry Certified, and Green Roof Professionals. 

Price: $59.00 CAD

Order and you will receive a confirmation email with a URL and password to access the Conference Recordings. For inquiries, please contact conference@greenroofs.org.
 


Welcome & Morning Keynote
8:30am - 9:45am

Welcome & Introductions

Jeffrey L. Bruce, GRP, FASLA, LEED, ASIC, President, Jeffrey L. Bruce & Company; Chair, Green Roofs for Healthy Cities

THE ART TO INTEGRATE BLUE, GREEN AND SOCIAL

Herbert, Dreiseitl, Director, Ramboll Liveable Cities Lab

HOW INVESTING IN GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE CREATES JOBS

Tony DiGiovanni, Executive Director, Landscape Ontario
 

Moderator

Michael Krause, Principal, Kandiyo Consulting, LLC; Chair, Green Infrastructure Foundation; Board Member, Green Roofs for Healthy Cities

 

 

Session 3 - Using Green Infrastructure to Future-Proof Our Cities
10:15am - 12:15pm

Setting Matrix and Performance Standards for Living Architecture: Updates on Living Architecture Performance Tool (LAPT) 

David Yocca, Senior Partner, Conservation Design Forum; Lois Vitt Sale, AIA, LEED Fellow, Chief Sustainability Officer, Wight & Company

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Green Infrastructure for Climate Preparedness: Regenerative Capacity as Resilience Attribute

Wendi Goldsmith, Director, Center for Urban Watershed Resilience, Boston
 

Three Next Generation Rooftops in Illinois and Utah: Stormwater, Energy Savings and Food Production

Lois Vitt Sale, AIA, LEED Fellow, Chief Sustainability Officer, Wight & Company
 

Moderator

Virginia Russell, Director, Landscape Architecture and Horticulture University of Cincinnati

 

 

Afternoon Keynote
1:45pm - 3:00pm

CLIMATE CHANGE: OCEANS, FORESTS AND LOCAL FOOD

Hon. Glen Murray, MPP (Toronto Centre), Minister of the Environment and Climate Change
 

 

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

Craig Applegath, Architect, PPOAA, AAA, AIBC, NSAA, FRAIC, LEED® AP, Principal, DIALOG

Exploring the Lowline - New York’s first underground park: Lessons from the Lowline Lab

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

Moderator

Steven Peck, Founder & President, Green Roofs for Healthy Cities; Founder, Green Infrastructure Ontario Coalition

 

 

Session 7 - Green Infrastructure and Urban Agriculture for Resilient Cities
3:15pm - 4:45pm

What We Learn from Brooklyn Grange: Accountability & Urban Agriculture

Yoshiki Harada, PhD candidate, Section of Horticulture, Cornell University

Food Crop Plant Trials for Green Roofs in Central Texas

Jeremy Merrill, Texas A&M University

Healthy Food for Low Income People: A Case Study on the Parkdale Activity Recreation Centre

Kathy Allan, Manager, Parkdale Activity-Recreation Centre; Sonia Dhir, Senior Project Manager, Toronto and Region Conservation

Moderator

Youbin Zheng, PhD., Associate Professor. School of Environmental Sciences, University of Guelph

 

 

Session 11 - Green Infrastructure Research and Long-Term Performance Evaluation
5:00pm - 6:30pm

Connecting the Dots: An Overview of Research in Living Architecture

Virginia Russell, Director, Landscape Architecture and Horticulture University of Cincinnati
 

Suspended Pavement Systems and Stormwater Management: Monitoring Results

Michael James, General Manager, DeepRoot Canada Corp.

How Green Infrastructure Stormwater Management Practices Stack Up: A Comparison of Green Infrastructure Practice Performance Based on Over 20 Years of Monitoring and Evaluation in the Greater Toronto Area

Tim Van Seters, Toronto and Region Conservation

Moderator

Hamid Karimi, Deputy Director, Natural Resources Administration, Department of Energy & Environment