The following speakers’ presentations are available as PDF documents – the context for these presentations is given in the agenda.
- The Workshop report is available here as a PDF document.
- The full Minutes of the meeting are available here as a PDF document.
Speakers are listed in chronological order:
- Michael Calvert, Global Practice Lead, Green Building, Global Business Opportunities Bureau, Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (PDF– 136kb)
- Chris Choi, Environmental Protection Agency, US Government (PDF– 383kb)
- Arab Hoballah, Chief, Sustainable Consumption & Production Branch, United Nations Environment Programme – Paris Office–international green building processes and green building as an application of international sustainable consumption and production activities (PDF– 731kb)
- Sadhu Johnston, Deputy Manager, City of Vancouver, past Chief Environmental Officer of Chicago and Deputy Chief of Staff to Mayor, City of Chicago – city activities in green building and opportunities for multi-jurisdictional support and efforts (PDF– 2.3MB)
- Dennis Wilde, Developer, Gerding Edlen – green building practitioners experience and current issues in the green building sector (PDF – 1.3 MB)
- Helen Goodland, Executive Director, Lighthouse Sustainable Building Centre – current issues in the green building sector and opportunities for concrete action and solutions (PDF– 560 kb)
- William E. Rees, Professor, Community and Regional Planning, University of British Columbia and founder of the Ecological Footprint concept (PDF– 840 kb)
- Philip B. Jago, Director, Buildings Division, Office of Energy Efficiency, Natural Resources Canada (PDF– 311 KB)
- Thomas Mueller, President, Canada Green Building Council (PDF– 1.8 MB)
- Roger Platt, Senior Vice President of Global Policy and Law, U.S. Green Building Council (PDF– 1 MB)
- Diana Osler-Zortea, President, Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Canada (PDF– 167 KB)
- Arab Hoballah, Chief, Sustainable Consumption & Production Branch, United Nations Environment Programme – Paris Office (2nd presentation about the Marrakech Process: PDF– 153 kb)