At the May 25 talk, program manager with the City of Toronto’s environment and energy division Mark Singh, will discuss the Live Green Toronto program which helps residents, businesses and the city collaborate to move toward a sustainable Toronto.
On June 1, Mojgan Jadidi from York University will discuss how dynamic visualization of transit data can influence decision practices and how the City of Toronto is using that to plan to optimize public transport in Toronto. Kyarash Shahriari from the IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society (AESS) will also speak.
On June 8, Steve Green, a sessional in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, will discuss community gardens and the importance of urban agriculture for the future food security and their activities in Windsor.
Engineering professor Rupp Carriveau will discuss sustainable centralized and distributed energy solutions on June 15.
Sinisa Simic of the Windsor Region Society of Architects will discuss sustainable design and responsible resource use on June 22.
On June 29, Jason Grossi, co-ordinator of the visual arts and the built environment program and the only certified heritage professional architect in Windsor, will discuss heritage conservation and adaptive re-use protocols.
The events are free, but space is limited; secure a spot on the event registration page.