At the Deep Green Experts Forum at Carleton University, a panel of experts shared sustainability options for the future development of the Oblate properties along the Rideau River with a community audience on March 22. Hosted by the Community Environment Hub (CES) of CFICE, the panel included:

  • Carleton faculty
  • City of Ottawa and National Capital Commission (NCC) members, and
  • professional consultants.

Sustainable development options ranged from public transit, shoreline protection, water management to pathway and trail design and district energy. View the following article by Michael Liat (CES) and videos for more.

Ottawa Centre Eco District Videos
Carleton University students in the Multimedia and Design program created videos for to introduce the Ottawa Centre EcoDistrict initiative, as well as highlighting green buildings and green roofs in the EcoDistrict.

Sustainable Living Ottawa East Videos
Explore the potential development of the Oblate Lands in Old Ottawa East.

Explore the potential of District Energy Systems for the Oblate lands in Old Ottawa East