– Innovative research and case studies on the retrofit of existing residences and buildings
– Sustainable policy initiatives in Ontario and Canada and their impacts on the built environment
– How practitioners are integrating sustainable buildings to their surroundings

Choose from sessions on sustainable materials, adaptive reuse, hybrid energy concepts, innovative technologies, tools for designing for sustainability, case studies, and more

Network with leaders in the building industry

The May 12-14 Green Building Ottawa conference program features
– A May 12 evening opening session with special guests and the winners of the Eco-Logical Student Design Competition
– 40+ juried presentations over two full days May 13-14
– Dinner at the Canadian War Museum May 13 with keynote speaker Edward Burtynsky, OC
– Opening and closing plenary sessions designed to stimulate dialogue and idea exchange

Sessions are eligible for continuing education credits. Early bird registration is open now until April 4th.

Green Building Ottawa is presented by the Ottawa Region Chapter of the Canada Green Building Council and the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism at Carleton University.

For more information, visit www.greenbuildingottawa.ca.