Living Future Symposium

November 9, 2013


The Vancouver Island Branch of the Cascadia Green Building Council is excited to host the Living Future Symposium at the University of Victoira’s Bob Wright Centre.

Drawing on the perspectives of architects, builders, environmental professionals and health experts, the Living Future Symposium will attempt to demystify the theory and practice of the cutting edge of green building. If you are continuing your professional development or are looking to learn more about the industry and the future of our region, the Living Future Symposium will expand your knowledge base and challenge your imagination.

The Living Future Symposium is intended for industry professionals and citizens alike who are looking to make a positive change in their community. The Vancouver Island Branch of the Cascadia Green Building Council works to promote sustainability in the built environment through advocacy, education and outreach.

Keynote by MP Elizabeth May

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Registration $60 or $35 for students (with ID) and Cascadia members.

Registrants will be provided with lunch and a hors d’oeuvres reception after the Symposium.

Stephen Whipp Financial is proud to be one of the event’s sponsors

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