The GLOBE Series has announced three events for Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 to convene leaders on Canada’s net-zero transition. The Destination Net Zero Events is a three-event series finishing with the 2022 GLOBE Forum, the largest and longest-running sustainability conference in North America. Destination Net Zero Events will cover the need for a net-zero transition in a climate crisis and how net-zero can bring new job opportunities, a more prosperous and sustainable economy, and a better quality of life for all.

Event details:

Energy and Transportation Days

October 26-27, 2021  Virtual, Complimentary

The climate crisis demands courage, innovation, and persistence. Engage with the leaders in energy and transportation who are answering the call. Over two days, participants will tackle the big questions: How do we scale clean solutions? How do we ensure the transition is just? What is the pathway to carbon neutrality for energy and transportation in Canada? How can we ensure our country is competitive?

Nature and Bioeconomy Days

November 23-24, 2021  Virtual, Complimentary

Nature has value. This simple but revolutionary concept is changing how companies do business and sparking new solutions to the climate crisis. Nature and the bioeconomy have the potential to be a one-stop-shop for both mitigating climate change and building climate resilience. Over the course of two days, participants will explore the future of our natural world through key questions: With a finite supply of land, how do we maximize its climate resilience, biodiversity, and productivity? How can we monetize the value of our diverse green and blue ecosystems? How can public and private partners support Indigenous leadership in nature?


February 15-17, 2022  Hosted at the Vancouver Convention Centre with Virtual Programming

A net-zero future is coming. Claim your place at the leading edge. For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic, the who’s who of sustainability will converge at GLOBE Forum 2022 in Vancouver. But that’s not all. With partner hubs across Canada and an array of virtual programming, attendees will have access to more content than ever before, in person and on demand.

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