Green Building Breakfast Series I: Carbon 101 What You Need to Know
Date: March 2, 2017
Location: Library Room, Fairmont Royal York Hotel, 100 Front St West, Toronto, ON (Map)
7:30 – Hot breakfast and networking
8:00 – Speaker Presentations with Q+A
9:00 – Networking
On March 2, 2017 attendees of the first Green Building Breakfast Series of the year learned what the commonly used terms carbon and greenhouse gases (GHGs) actually mean, according to the experts. This session provided guests with the opportunity to discuss why we are hearing these terms now, tracking the statistics, and how they relate to buildings, regulations and government.
Industry experts provided an up-to-date overview on new greenhouse gas (GHG) regulations and what it means for building owners and operators. In addition, this session introduced Net-Zero buildings and their design process and provided an analysis gathered from net-zero targeted case studies from across Canada.
Bryan Purcell, Director of Policy and Programs, The Atmospheric Fund (TAF)
Continuing Education (CE) Hours
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