Sustainable Cities - A Vancouver Island Leadership Discussion on Greener Economies

September 25, 2013

Vancouver Island GTEx Forum at Royal Roads University in the City of Victoria.

  • Wednesday, September 25, 2013
  • Registration and Networking 5:00 PM, Event Begins 6:00 PM
  • Royal Roads University, , 2005 Sooke Road, Victoria, BC
  • Learning and Innovation Centre 4th floor Centre for Dialogue

Sustainable cities are designed to function and flourish while creating a minimal impact on the environment. The goal is to meet the energy demands of current and future generations using renewable sources power and manage resources effectively.

At the September 2013 Vancouver Island GTEx Forum, a panel of municipal leaders will share insights for achieving a sustainable future on the Island.

Learn more on the GreenTech Exchange website

Attendees wishing to stay overnight in Victoria can use the GTEx reduced rate at The Westin-Bear Mountain,

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