Presentations (PDF)

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:

  1. Michael Calvert, Global Practice Lead, Green Building, Global Business Opportunities Bureau, Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (PDF– 136kb)
  2. Chris Choi, Environmental Protection Agency, US Government (PDF– 383kb)
  3. 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 (PDF731kb)
  4. 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)
  5. Dennis Wilde, Developer, Gerding Edlen – green building practitioners experience and current issues in the green building sector (PDF – 1.3 MB)
  6. 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)
  7. William E. Rees, Professor, Community and Regional Planning, University of British Columbia and founder of the Ecological Footprint concept (PDF– 840 kb)
  8. Philip B. Jago, Director, Buildings Division, Office of Energy Efficiency, Natural Resources Canada (PDF– 311 KB)
  9. Thomas Mueller, President, Canada Green Building Council (PDF– 1.8 MB)
  10. Roger Platt, Senior Vice President of Global Policy and Law, U.S. Green Building Council (PDF– 1 MB)
  11. Diana Osler-Zortea, President, Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Canada (PDF– 167 KB)
  12. Arab Hoballah, Chief, Sustainable Consumption & Production Branch, United Nations Environment Programme – Paris Office (2nd presentation about the Marrakech Process: PDF– 153 kb)