As part of the Greenbelt’s 5th anniversary, the Canadian Urban Institute, a not for profit organization dedicated to creating a world of thriving, sustainable, harmonious and engaged urban regions, planned and organized a panel discussion with key players and Greenbelt stakeholders on March 1, 2010 at Hart House, University of Toronto. The “Greenbelt at Five Years: Planning for the Future” panel speakers discussed the progress made on achieving the Greenbelt’s goals and vision and opportunities and challenges it faces and how Ontario’s Greenbelt compares to international greenbelts around the world. This aided in reaching out to a new audience and fostering relationships with audiences potentially interested in defining/ researching the impact of Ontario’s Greenbelt.
Canadian Urban Institute
Greenbelt 5th Anniversary Panel
$5,000 - December 22, 2009
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