Learn about the WWF Living Planet at Work program, what the UN carbon neutral pledge is, how social entrepreneurs decide to get started and what some terms mean....
Today we look at how we can keep educating ourselves on climate action and who we can look to for inspiration.
Lauren Sergy our host welcomes you and we dive right into a special panel with guests from WWF- Canada and Second Harvest to chat about the broader perspective on sustainability and where we are right now.
Climate Action & Business - are they compatible? How do we align profit and planet?
Our 4 panelists introduce how they have integrated climate action into their business plans, with a special focus on small or micro-businesses and how we scale down to scale up. Panelists include:
Your turn to create ideas, talk to panelists and generate action. Topics include:
Join this panel as we look at how key hotels and venues are to the sustainability of an event. How do you determine what is a good sustainability program and will it meet the needs of your event? Moderated by one of our favourite event people, Leanne Calderwood of Conference Direct. Panelists include:
Once again, we will split into smaller groups and it's time to let our imagination take flight. What do we hope to have in the events industry in 5 years, 10 years, 15 years - in order to have fresh water, clear skies and clean oceans? What needs to happen to make that future a reality? What needs to be invented, created or eliminated?
Today we move from learning and inspiration to the practical side, who can we partner with to compound our impact and what do we need to do?
Lauren Sergy welcomes you back to TSEF and will be reviewing and presenting what we discovered at the dream a greener future roundtables with two experts in the field of sustainability.
The industry associations play a key role in communicating and organizing our sustainability efforts. Here we are joined by CanSPEP, SITE, SEA and RQFE to discuss how our industry associations can provide leadership on sustainability. Moderated by Robert Thompson, VP of Sales, AV-CANADA, our panelists include:
Our moderator Cameron Tulloch moderates this group of exceptional helps us dig into the how and why of people who decide to create new things, and what we can learn from them. Our panelists include:
You've heard from the experts, the dreamers, the doers, now its your turn to work on your next steps and a cohesive climate action plan.
There has never been a more urgent need to clearly communicate the climate emergency, what climate action is needed and how urgent that action neeeds to be. Join these four powerful professional communicators on how to connect with your audience and move people to action through better communication.
Last chance to connect with all the people you met and create your own climate action plan.