Environment & Climate Change Speaker Spotlight: Making Your Sustainable Home Dreams Come True
Do you aspire to build and/or live/work in an energy-efficient building?
Are you confused about how to get an energy-efficient project started and built?
Do you think the comfort and resilience of an energy-efficient building is a nice but unaffordable ideal?
This presentation and discussion will be a primer to help you make sense of how to attain your sustainable building dreams.
Buildings must be built better now. We deserve to live in better buildings. Our planet cannot wait until “someday.”
About the Environment & Climate Change Speaker Spotlight
The Environment & Climate Change Speaker Spotlight is an initiative inviting Métis community members and industry professionals to share their skills and knowledge. The goal of this project is to provide a sense of community for Métis people and information on climate change, climate action, and the protection of environment. Each spotlight will offer a new topic based on previous Métis Nation of Alberta Citizen feedback.
Have questions? Contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Kim Walton
Kim Walton of Bow Crow Design has spent the last 40+ years designing energy-efficient homes and small buildings from the Alberta foothills of Treaty 7 and Métis Nation of Alberta Region 3. Using her skills in energy modelling and employing Excellence in Building Science, Kim designs and manages Passive House and Net Zero projects across Canada. Kim is Certified as a Passive House Designer and Builder. Her Métis family settled in the Wavy Creek and Petersfield, north of Selkirk, Manitoba.