Silent Partners: Sustainable Architecture

Are you or someone you know interested in designing a sustainable, ecologically friendly future? If so, then this Silent Partners seminar on Sustainable Architecture is for you! The Conservation Council of Ontario is hosting this seminar on Thursday May 29th 2014 from 6:00 -7:00 pm at 215 Spadina Ave, Suite 120.

The Conservation Council of Ontario (CCO) is a non-profit provincial organization, founded in 1952, whose main goal is to promote voluntary conservation initiatives among individuals and corporate businesses alike. The Council is comprised of individuals, municipalities and businesses that both acknowledge and value conservation practices and also actively encourage society to become more environmentally conscious.

It is the CCO’s pleasure to announce that the key note speaker for this event is the recipient of the People’s Choice Award from the Toronto Urban Land Institute for Waterfront Idea competition, Loghman Azar. Loghman, architect behind Green-Deck-City and president of LINE Architect Inc., has designed and addressed concepts regarding green architecture, sustainability and ecological urban design in various Canadian cities. He is also President of the CCO and is an active participant in professional committees and advisory boards. Furthermore, there will be the opportunity to network with other individuals and professionals at the event.

Register now to reserve your spot, as there are a limited number of seats at this event! Admission is free upon registration. In order to register for this event, please contact the CCO at 416-533-1635. For more information about this and upcoming events you can also email us at or follow us on Facebook and Twitter at The Conservation Council of Ontario and @ccoweconserve respectively.

The CCO hopes to hear from you!

Silent Partners: Sustainable Architecture

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