Tue Feb 15 UTC - Thu Feb 17 UTC (in 28 days)
In your timezone (EST): Tue Feb 15 3:00am - Thu Feb 17 12:00pm
Vancouver Convention Centre
1055 Canada Pl, Vancouver, BC V6C 0C3, Canada
We are at the beginning of the most decisive decade in our lifetimes. What we do in the next 10 years will set the course for our net-zero future.
Everyone from the UNFCCC to our federal government to leading businesses has agreed that net zero is the only destination. Now we have to figure out how to get there.
But that’s not all. With local hubs and virtual programming options, attendees will have access to more ideas and solutions than ever before—and to a network that you won’t find anywhere else.
• Innovation and Adoption
How do we scale up clean solutions to meet demand, and match buyers with solution providers?
• Policy, Regulation & Corporate Governance
How can government and corporate policy create the conditions for success and ensure accountability?
• Finance and Investment
How can we activate the capital required to meet net-zero commitments and accelerate the transition to a clean economy?
• Just Transition
How do we ensure net zero brings new job opportunities, enables a more equitable and socially just future, and means a better quality of life for all?
• Beyond Net Zero
How can we improve resiliency, enhance biodiversity, enable a more circular economy, conserve and protect our waterways, and deliver on other important priorities on the road to net zero?
• Local Solutions to Net Zero
What are the opportunities for cities and communities to lead the way to a net-zero future?
For over three decades, this has brought together Canada’s sustainability and climate leaders, changemakers and practitioners so that we can move farther, faster, together. People come to this event to connect with a world-class network of partners and investors, gain insights into the latest trends and best practices across sectors and regions, and learn from speakers and innovators who are leaders in their fields.
Eco-Explorer, Self Employed
Chief Energy Economist, IEA
President and CEO, The Solutions Project
• Canadian Electricity Association
• Ontario Power Generation