About the Expo
Open May 2, in conjunction with the Post-Oil City exhibit.
MOVE is a multi-sensory tour of the future of transportation; an exploration of the innovative ideas and technologies needed to build and connect our communities in efficient and sustainable ways.
At an average of 80 minutes per day, Toronto has one of the worst commute times in the world. And it’s getting worse. Currently home to over six million people, the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) is expected to grow to almost 9 million people by 2031—that means 3 million more people vying for space on already clogged highways and packed transit vehicles.
Set amid the spectacular heritage Kilns building of Evergreen Brick Works, MOVE explores solutions to the key transportation issues facing us today, here in the GTHA and in cities around the world.
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Evergreen and the Institute without Boundaries
This collaboration between Evergreen and the Institute without Boundaries represents a bold and exciting direction for both organizations. In presenting this series of public expositions on urban sustainability issues, we are exploring innovative solutions to the critical challenges facing our planet in the 21st Century.
A national charity since 1991, Evergreen empowers Canadians to take a hands-on approach to improving the health of our cities—now and for the future.
About Evergreen Brick Works
A spectacular natural and industrial heritage site in the heart of Canada’s largest city, Evergreen Brick Works is an international showcase for green design and urban innovation.
Institute without Boundaries is a Toronto-based studio that works towards collaborative design action and seeks to achieve social, ecological and economic innovation.