Curious about best policy implementation practices in the Green Roof revolution?

When populations grow, how can a city expand with existing infrastructure? Do green roofs work for all communities? How do we manage stormwater? What role does federal funding play?

Answer all of these questions and more… enroll in our FREE ‘Best Practices in Green Roof Policy Implementation‘ lecture today!

GRP Policy Slide (Toronto)

This one-hour lecture provides an overview of green roof policy development activities from across North America, as well as detailed case studies from Washington, DC (the leader in green roof implementation), Toronto, ON, which has instituted a bylaw requiring green roofs on new buildings, and Devens, MA, which has developed unique policy tools for new development.

Presenters include:
• Jane Welsh, Project Manager, Zoning Bylaw and Environmental Planning, City of Toronto
• Peter Lowitt, AICP, Director/Land Use Administrator, Devens Enterprise Commission
• Hamid Karimi, Ph.D., Deputy Director, Office of Natural Resources, District of Columbia, Department of Energy and Environment

Ready to earn the Green Roof Professional Accreditation? Download the GRP Accreditation Practice Exam + Answer Key for FREE:

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About Instructor Jordan Richie – Director, Education and Accreditation, Green Roofs for Healthy Cities

Jordan Richie is the Director of Education for Green Roofs for Healthy Cities.

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