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Thank You to All Our Participants

Thank you to everyone who joined us in Vancouver, British Columbia from November 30th to December 3rd, 2010 to make CitiesAlive such a success! This event is now over, but we hope to see you all for CitiesAlive 2011 next November. For more information about CitiesAlive 2011 and for other programs run by Green Roofs for Healthy Cities, please check out our main website at www.greenroofs.org.

Thank you to our Sponsors

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Copper Sponsor

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Thank you to our Promotional Partners

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Please take a look at our Acknowledgments page to see some the individuals working to make this conference great!
CitiesAlive in the News PDF Print E-mail

October 27, 2010

The City's Alive: Steven Peck & Green Roofs for Healthy Cities

For many people, “green roofs” are a relatively new concept. However, for Steven Peck, founder of Green Roofs for Healthy Cities, promoting them has been a decade-long journey. The surge in popularity of green roof systems has increased the numbers of projects and activities that GRHC supports. One such endeavor is the 8th Annual CitiesAlive event which is scheduled to be held in Vancouver, BC from November 30 to December 3, 2010.

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July 21, 2010

CitiesAlive coming to Canada
The eighth annual CitiesAlive Green Roof and Wall Conference is coming to Vancouver to celebrate green roofs and walls and how they relate to environmental, social, and economic needs on a local, regional, and global level.
Construction Canada