Author: Jennifer Taves, Senior Manager, Partners in Project Green at Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
The pandemic dramatically affected the way we do business, interact with each other, and operate as a society. It gave us a taste of what global disruptions can to do local economies and provided lessons we can apply to future challenges, such as the climate crisis. Impacts from climate change are increasingly making themselves felt, affecting supply chains, human health and infrastructure. This leaves us with a pressing question:
How can Mississauga businesses prepare themselves to thrive in the coming years?
Join Partners in Project Green for an interdisciplinary forum discussing resiliency and regeneration, and what that means for the next stage in business sustainability.
Along with thought provoking keynote speakers, action-oriented breakout sessions will provide roadmaps to resiliency.
- Financing Net Zero – committing to reducing your impact is a start, but how do you pay for it?
- Building a Climate Resilient Business – how do you know what your climate risks are, and how to mitigate them?
- Leading the Way through Social Impact – how do we support employees and communities in the transition to a clean and just economy?
Being back in person provides opportunities to connect with like minded professionals on these important topics. Attendees will have the opportunity to interact with innovative technology & service providers and network with other participants.
To learn more, visit partnersinprojectgreen.com/fall-forum.
For Sponsorship and Exhibitor inquiries, please contact [email protected].
Ticketing is open. Space is limited.
Partners in Project Green, a program of the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) in partnership with Toronto Pearson, is a non-profit member-based community of leaders advancing environmental action and economic prosperity across the GTA. Comprised of businesses, government, institutions and utilities, PPG helps businesses lower operational costs while integrating environmental and social responsibility into their business models.