The Heritage Canada Foundation will bring together delegates and speakers from the fields of green building, environmental conservation, and heritage conservation to explore the role of older buildings in the green movement. The discussion, Sept. 24-26 in Toronto, will center on how reusing and rehabilitating existing buildings can help save the planet and positively impact climate change.

The keynote speech from Canadian author Dr. Thomas Homer-Dixon will focus on ways societies adapt to ecological, economic and technological change. The annual conference also will focus on the economic benefits of rehabilitating old buildings. For more, visit