With assistance from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, the Green Infrastructure Foundation and Ontario Parks Association have developed and delivered two training courses focused on green infrastructure - Introduction to Green Infrastructure: Principles, Applications, and Policies; and Valuing the Benefits of Green Infrastructure: Principles and Methods.
On February 5th in Guelph and on February 12th in Brampton, a combined total of 30 people gathered at Green Infrastructure Charrettes.
The deadline to register a project to the pilot phase of the Living Architecture Performance Tool (LAPT) and be among the first certified projects is rapidly approaching.
The Green Infrastructure Foundation (GIF) is pleased to announce the release of the report Community, Equity, and Placemaking with Green Infrastructure in Seattle: A Visualization and Cost-Benefit Analysis.
After five years of intensive development, the Green Infrastructure Foundation is proud to announce the release of the Living Architecture Performance Tool (LAPT) v.1.
The Green Infrastructure Foundation in partnership with the Ontario parks Association is proud to be a recipient of a grant from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ Climate Adaptation Partners Grant Program.
The Ontario Parks Association (OPA) and the Green Infrastructure Foundation (GIF) are pleased to present the results of the Green Infrastructure Engagement, Valuation, and Training Program in Ontario.
Cost Benefit Study Finds a Yes Vote for the Denver Green Roof Ballot Initiative Would Result in 57.5 million square feet of green roofs, and generate 1.85 billion in savings by 2058 and approximately 25,000 job-years in employment over 15 year period.
The first version of the LAPT is now available in draft form for public comment. Please submit any comments by October 15th, 2017, to Rohan Lilauwala at email@example.com.