Building Lasting Change 2020 – Ready, Set, Recover: Reigniting Canada’s Economy

Sep, 22 2020
12:00 pm - 3:45 pm

The Canada Green Building Council are excited to share the latest updates on the new online program for Canada’s premier green building event, CaGBC’s Building Lasting Change (BLC), kicking off September 2020 during World Green Building Week.

Reimagined as a dynamic real-time virtual event, Building Lasting Change 2020 will feature interactive online programming over five half-days in September and October, with three additional stand-alone live webcast symposiums later in the fall.

The new theme of “Ready, Set, Recover” will focus on the unprecedented opportunity for the green building industry to offer actionable solutions and help reignite Canada’s economy following a global pandemic. To achieve Canada’s climate change commitments in this critical decade for climate action, the entire building sector must accelerate and scale up our collective impact to provide healthier, low-carbon, and resilient places to work, live, and learn.

Reigniting Canada’s Economy

As governments and industry consider Canada’s pandemic recovery, they will decide where to target increased spending and investment. Green building offers the most actionable solutions and can reignite the economy.

To learn more and register, check out the website here!


Weekly Tips

Maximize Natural Lighting

Did you know that taking advantage of natural light can lead to significant health and wellness benefits while lowering your energy consumption?

Be strategic in how you set up your home office, desk, or workspace to maximize natural light coming in. Placing your desk near a window or installing a well placed mirror can amplify natural light.

You can adjust your workspace or even your working hours seasonally to maximize the benefits and minimize your carbon footprint!

Learn more here!

Buy in Bulk

Buying in bulk is a great way to cut carbon by reducing packaging (embodied carbon and waste) and reducing shipping emissions. Plus, one trip is better than ten. 

Bonus: it will likely reduce waste as staff and management begin to keep a close eye on purchasing cycles.

Learn more here!

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