Light House: Sustainable Building Centre, guest expert - Amanda Mitchell - January 20th, 2007
Where: Light House: Sustainable Building Centre
When: Saturday, Jan 20 from 2-4pm Guest Expert series
Who: Amanda Mitchell, Green Building Researcher
Amanda Mitchell is a Green Building Researcher at the Design Centre for Sustainability (DCS) at the University of British Columbia. She is a LEED Accredited Professional with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and a Master of Advanced Studies in Architecture. Amanda was the project manager for the Greater Vancouver GreenGuide, a DCS initiative that showcases why the region has earned an international reputation in urban sustainability. Published in June 2006, this resource and guidebook documents 111 green buildings, green infrastructure projects, green neighbourhoods, programs, and open space initiatives found throughout the region. Amanda will speak about some of the projects featured in the GreenGuide and answer your questions about sustainable design. The talk will take place from 2-4 pm at Light House Sustainable Building Centre on Granville Island.
PLEASE RSVP to [email protected] This is a FREE event but we have limited seating.
Light House: Sustainable Building Centre is located at 1575 Johnston Street, just East of the Public Market in the heart of Granville Island. Our centre is on the second floor and accessible via the glass door and staircase on the Southwest corner of the building. This event is sponsored by Light House Sustainable Building Centre and Cascadia Green Building Council, the local chapter of the CaGBC. Funding comes from Environment Canada.