March 31, 2020 – Green Roofs for Healthy Cities (GRHC) is the North American industry association for green roof and wall professionals. During this critical period of isolation, GRHC is offering a 30 percent savings on all of its Living Architecture Academy online courses for the month of April.
The economic pressure of COVID-19 is being felt across the world. As we recover, cities will be under more pressure to create resilient, liveable spaces that can withstand future stresses. We need to not only plan for recovery but for the transformation of our cities. Green infrastructure presents an opportunity make our cities healthier and support North America’s economic recovery through job creation and localized solutions.
To prepare the industry for this expected surge in demand, GRHC is offering 30 percent savings on all online courses including the Green Roof Professional Training and Accreditation series. All courses are certified for GRP and AIA credits and selected courses are certified for ASLA and APLD credits as well.
- Courses Now Available On the Living Architecture Academy:
- Green Roof Professional (GRP) Accreditation and Training Series;
- *New* Green Walls 101 Introduction to Systems and Design;
- Introduction to Green Infrastructure: Principles, Applications and Policies;
- Biophilic Design: Science, Theory, Economics and Practice;
- Net Zero Water for Buildings and Sites: Integrated Water Management Design and Integration;
- Valuing the Benefits of Green Infrastructure: Principles and Methods;
- Stormwater Management on Green Roofs: Designing Green Roofs for Maximum Stormwater Management;
- *New* Making Green Roofs and Walls Pay;
- Advanced Green Roof Maintenance.
✅Do green roofs live up to their reputation and double the life expectancy of waterproofing? Green Roofs for Healthy Cities and Soprema performed a cut test on a twenty-two-year-old to find out. Review the video for free on the Living Architecture Academy and read the findings in the recently released Spring Issue of the Living Architecture Monitor magazine.
✅The Spring issue of the LAM also features articles on living walls as public art, vertical forests, and New York City’s new green infrastructure policies. Read more at www.livingarchitecturemonitor.com.
✅Enjoy back issues of the Living Architecture Monitor, including the Winter Social Equity issue which explores the community benefits of rooftop farms and the impact of green infrastructure on gentrification.
GRHC is here to support its members and the industry as a whole to help professionals emerge stronger and more knowledgeable from this crisis. This is the first step in our strategic plan to help professionals in the green infrastructure sector respond to the COVID 19 crisis.