World renowned designers, headlined by keynote speaker Herbert Dreiseitl, showcase leading-edge and high performance projects, using integrated green infrastructure designs to manage water, while delivering other environmental, economic, and social benefits.
Campus Planning & Design
Horticulture / Plants
Sustainable Development & Design
Urban Planning & Design
Water / Stormwater Management
Health, Safety and Welfare
1. Outline what ‘living infrastructure’ solutions are feasible for harvesting, treating and reusing wastewater, greywater and rainwater including constructed wetlands, aquatic systems and soil-based practices.
2. Review driving forces such as the Living Building Challenge™, LEED Net Zero, Sustainable SITES and others that are advancing Net Zero Water, treatment and reuse in the built environment.
3. Discuss opportunities to bring urban ecology, biophilic design and landscape architecture together around water infrastructure systems.
4. Demonstrate successful projects by reviewing project case studies that range from single building to campus scales.
Marc Cammarata, Erin English, Charles Duprey, Mary Pat McGuire, Herbert Dreiseitl
Green Roofs for Healthy Cities