Green Buildings: The View from 2032

October 3, 2013


  • EGB Victoria – Oct 3rd, 7-9pm
  • Burnside Gorge Community Centre
  • 471 Cecelia Road

October’s speaker will be Guy Dauncey from the BC Sustainable Energy Association. Guy will speak about his upcoming book that paints a picture of how our cities could look in 20 years IF we take deliberate action starting NOW to make our buildings better.

In Guy’s words…
Green Buildings: The View from 2032
If builders, owners and governments realized the urgency of the climate crisis, and made a deep commitment to zero-carbon green buildings, what might the future look like? Guy Dauncey has spent the past two years designing such a future for his new (yet to be published) book, and he will share his latest findings.

Guy Dauncey is a speaker, author and eco-futurist who works to develop a positive vision of a sustainable future, and to translate that vision into action. He is founder and Communications Director of the BC Sustainable Energy Association, and the author or co-author of nine books, including the award-winning The Climate Challenge: 101 Solutions to Global Warming. He is currently completing a new book titled Journey to the Future set in the year 2032, when Vancouver has become one of the greenest cities in the world. His website is www.earthfuture.com

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