Sustainable Design: Learning to Build a New Environment for a Livable Future

Sustainable Design: Learning to build a new environment for a livable future

This year, Marina Huissoon, architect and principal at Green Propeller Design, participated in two online forums –  the Environmental Actions Matter group of the  Canadian Federation of University Women, Oakville, as well as to the UN International Alliance of Women. 


Watch clips from Marina’s presentations below.

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