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Healthy Green Infrastructure Starts Below the Surface, Architect Explains

Healthy Green Infrastructure Starts Below the Surface, Architect Explains

Think of the growing medium specified for green infrastructure as analogous to an iceberg.

The Credit Valley Conservation Receives Funding from City of Mississauga

The Credit Valley Conservation Receives Funding from City of Mississauga

At a time when the province is moving to end cap-and-trade, it’s important to note that Mississauga is still helping companies be as environmentally friendly as they can be.

The Meadoway: Hydro Corridor to Become 16-kilometre Park Connecting Toronto and Scarborough

The Meadoway: Hydro Corridor to Become 16-kilometre Park Connecting Toronto and Scarborough

A new environmental initiative spearheaded by the city will transform 16 kilometres of hydro corridor in Scarborough into one of Canada’s largest urban linear parks.

Announcing 2018 Grey to Green Keynotes

Announcing 2018 Grey to Green Keynotes

The 6th Annual Grey to Green Conference is taking place May 15-16, 2018 at the Chestnut Conference Centre in Toronto focusing on green infrastructure design, research and policy and connects professionals working to integrate natural elements into the built environment.