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WHAT: Sustainable Buildings Summer Camp 2009
WHEN: July 22-24, 2009, Deadline for sign-up June 26, 2009
WHERE: Earth Rangers Centre (Kortright Centre in the Living City), 9520 Pine Valley Drive, Vaughan, ON
HOW MUCH: $150/day
Earth Rangers

Exponential growth continues in Green Buildings. Architectural firms, property owners, managers, government & the building industry need to respond with energy efficient sustainable practices. The training Team will share the strategies that are being used to achieve higher performance buildings. SBSC 09 will help immerse those intending to challenge the LEED ® A.P. Exam. Case Studies will be covered including a tour of a LEED certified building. Key international (ISO) trends & GBCI specialty credentialing will be covered.

Participate in SBSC 09 To:

– Learn about sustainable building principles
– Gain insights into green opportunities
– Benchmark your knowledge & green credentialing gaps
– Network with green building peers
– Participate in camp tours
– Prepare for GBCI Exams
– Learn from industry experts



  1. I can’t seem to find where to register for this course on the website listed. Is there a specific link to follow?

    Also, do you know if all three days must be attended?


  2. Hi A Layton,

    I can’t seem to find a specific link nor do I know whether you need to attend all three days. I have gotten much of my information off a brochure I was forwarded which has a contact number that you should try:

    Grapham Seaman
    905-417-8734 or

    If you would like me to send you the brochure, just email me and i’ll forward it to you.

    Good luck!

  3. Hi everyone, here’s a link to the full brochure with the registration page last.

    Please fill out and fax to 905-417-8734 attention Nana Robinette or email to

    You can attend individual days if you wish, details are in the brochure.

    Please email me with questions,

    Hope to see you at the camp!

    Graham Seaman
    Manager, Earth Rangers Centre