Building SustainABLE Communities Conference (Tuesday - Friday)

Tue Nov 21 to Fri Nov 24, 2017, Kelowna, BC

The Fresh Outlook Foundation is hosting its 7th Building SustainABLE Communities conference Nov 21-24 in Kelowna, BC. The overarching theme is Innovation Through Collaboration, with major forum topics being Climate Action, Water Stewardship, Food Systems/Security, and Community Capital/Infrastructure. Workshops will address Community Engagement, Environmental Economics, and SustainAbility for Young Adults & Professionals. Breakout session will explore Climate Change & Community Health, Leadership & Governance, Active Transportation, Local Prosperity, Collaborative Change, Sustainable Development, Ecological Imperatives, and the Sharing Economy.

BSC typically draws delegates from local government, business, and the nonprofit and academic sectors. Students are also a major contingent. This highly acclaimed event offers affordable registration fees for daily or full-conference attendance, with substantial discounts for students and nonprofit delegates. For more info and to register visit www.freshoutlookfoundation.org/sessions/

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For more information:

Contact Name: Joanne de Vries
Website: http://www.freshoutlookfoundation.org
Phone: 250-766-1777
E-mail: jo (at) freshoutlookfoundation.org



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