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Net Zero Carbon Buildings at Building Lasting Change 2017

Building Lasting Change is your best source for Net Zero Buildings expertise, providing multiple opportunities to learn from industry leaders and experts in the field of net zero buildings.

Join us for the official launch of Canada's first zero carbon verification program at Building Lasting Change 2017 in Vancouver. The new program is part of a broader CaGBC Zero Carbon Buildings Initiative created to champion the move to lower-carbon commercial, institutional and high-rise residential buildings in support of Canada's efforts to reduce GHG emissions by 30 per cent by 2030.




The Net Zero Carbon Buildings Summit
May 30, 2017

This full-day, pre-conference event launches CaGBC's new Zero Carbon Buildings Standard for commercial, institutional, and multi-residential buildings in Canada. The Summit will feature five technical sessions addressing the key challenges and opportunities for zero carbon building design and construction, as well as an exclusive lunch plenary represented by a diverse panel of international experts.




Stream 1: Getting to Net Zero Carbon Buildings
May 31 to June 1

During the main conference, choose one or attend all seven sessions which complement the Summit where you will find the information you need to help design, construct and operate net zero carbon buildings, homes and neighbourhoods. Leading Canadian and international examples will be showcased along with guidance and insight into how we can scale up the number of new buildings and retrofits that reach low carbon targets.




CaGBC Members who register for the conference will save $200

$200 Net Zero Carbon Buildings Summit (Member, Full Conference Delegate)
$300 Net Zero Carbon Buildings Summit (Non-Member, Full Conference Delegate)
$300 Net Zero Carbon Buildings Summit (Member, Non-Delegate)
$400 Net Zero Carbon Buildings Summit (Non-Member, Non-Delegate)





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