Green Roofs for Healthy Cities Excited to Announce New York City — Green Roofs or Solar, Which Should You Choose? December 7 from 12:00pm to 5:00pm ESTExplore new design projects and innovative ideas for New York City’s stormwater and green infrastructure incentives. register About admission or see full agenda here. For just US$49, 4 GRP credits are approved. Currently pending 4 CEU approvals from AIA and ASLA.
Experts touch on the benefits, design constructs, challenges, and local policies that help integrate new green and stormwater architectures. Our panel of experts explores whether you should choose between green roofs and solar roofs, detailing the future potential of New York City’s green environment.
Chris Brunner of New York Green Roof LLC said:
Expert speakers include:
Chris Brunner New York Green Roof LLC partners share the challenges of building green roofs in New York City.
Lily Turner UrbanStrong’s Director of Sales and Operations discusses technology that integrates nature within the city’s vast concrete jungle.
Dustin PatridgeHe is a founding member and managing director of the Green Roof Researchers Alliance.
Andy DiMarinoPresident of ADM Landscape Corporation, details municipal laws that may limit or accelerate the implementation of green and stormwater infrastructure in New York City
Jorg Breuning Director of Green Roof Design CEO shares the process of integrating a green roof system in addition to installing solar panels.
Anna DorosGRP provides insights on how to enhance water management systems to promote plant growth in blue-green roofs
David YokkaSenior Landscape Architect and Board Director of the Green Infrastructure Foundation, will detail the application of the Living Architecture Performance Tool to track New York City’s progress in implementing green technologies.
Melissa EnochProgram Director of a Staten Island Rooftop Farm, talks about various rainwater incentives in the city.
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Green Roofs for Healthy Cities (GRHC) is a non-profit 501(c)(6) professional trade association that has been working since 1999 to grow the green roofs and walls industry across North America. The social and environmental benefits of green roofs, green walls and other forms of living architecture through education, advocacy, professional development and a celebration of excellence.
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