Travelling to neighbourhoods across London, drop by for one-on-one conversations with local environmental groups, have your questions answered, and hear from speakers on key environmental topics.
Green in the City is an annual event series organized by the City of London, London Public Library, and London Environmental Network. The series aims to explore sustainability topics through a local lens by highlighting leaders in various sectors, including grassroots groups, institutions, nonprofits, government, and businesses. Learn about these local examples and how to get involved to make London one of the greenest, most resilient cities in Canada!
November 22nd, 5:00-8:00pm at East London Branch, 2016 Dundas St, London, ON N5V 1R1
Theme: Net-Zero Living and Home Energy Efficiency
Join us for the launch of the 2023 - 2024 Green in the City! This session will kick things off with home energy efficiency and how Londoners can incorporate and work towards low-carbon and net-zero living. With guest speakers from the City of London discussing London’s new compost program, and Derek Satnik, P.Eng., LEED® AP, Vice President of Technology, Smart Communities on net-zero living and London’s EVE Park. Enjoy networking opportunities with other local organizations in the home energy and net-zero sectors.
5:00 - 6:00 Welcome and drop in for networking with outreach booths
6:00 Presentations start with LEN/ Library
6:05 The City of London, Green Bin Program
6:20 Derek Satnik, EVE Park
6:35 Canadian Home Builders' Association, Net Zero Ready Renovation Program
6:40 - 8:00 Networking and outreach booth engagement
Visitors will have the chance to win a free home composter!
Let us know you'll be there on Eventbrite: Green in the City: Net-Zero Living and Home Energy Efficiency
- Bus: Routes 2 or 37 directly off Dundas. Plan your route here: londontransit.ca/
- Bike: Plan your route here: london.ca/cycling
- Need to drive? Consider carpooling.