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9th Annual Green Roof & Wall Conference Nov. 30-Dec. 3 In Philadelphia

CitiesAlive will host the 9th Annual Green Roof and Wall Conference at the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel from November 30 to December 3.
            Click Here to watch Conference preview video.
            A wide variety of experts present the latest in research, policy, design, and product development for green roofs, walls and other forms of green infrastructure. Cities Alive! is a trade association run conference, so it’s full of green roof businesses, new technologies, academic folks and more, all pushing this robust, creative and important industry into the mainstream.
            The Conference will feature: Expert panel discussions and meetings with green roof and wall industry experts; Tours of extraordinary green roof and wall projects; The Green Roof and Wall Industry Trade Show; The latest science on green roof and wall performance research; and Award winning green roof designs.
            The Conference is presented by Green Roofs for Healthy Cities and co-hosted by The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, and The City of Philadelphia.
            In order to make sure that the Conference has a pronounced local flavor and attendance, Green Roofs for Healthy Cities, the host of this annual conference, has agreed to a special reduced rate. The rate for 5 or more people is $299 per person (a $200 per person savings).
            For individuals, the non-member rate is $449 (must have two registrations to get this price) and member rate is $349 (must have two registrations to get this price). Anyone interested should call GRHC, Tracy Jackson at 416-971-4494 ext 222.
            There are continuing education credits available with registration!  The full program and registration are available at the Conference webpage.


11/7/2011

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