Start: Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at 14:00
End: Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at 15:00
The COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on our economy with many businesses across Canada faced with revenue loss, closures, and ongoing uncertainty. As the dialogue evolves from relief to recovery, Atlantic Canada has an important opportunity to build back better by focusing on projects and initiatives that create jobs while contributing to a diversified, resilient and low-carbon economy.
The Atlantic region has many unique and untapped opportunities in renewable energy, clean technology, ocean technology, electricity infrastructure, and sustainable buildings that could spur economic development and ensure a long-term resilient future for the region.
Join organizations from across Atlantic Canada for a conversation about their big green ideas for a resilient recovery in the region. Speakers will highlight key projects and opportunities, the benefits, and what’s needed to make them a reality.
Tuesday, May 26 at 2PM-3PM ADT
Host & moderator: Elisa Obermann, Executive Director, Marine Renewables Canada
- Solar energy – Lyle Goldberg, Policy & Regulatory Affairs Manager, Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA)
- Green buildings – Lara Ryan, Regional Director, Atlantic Chapter of Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC)
- Bioresources – Rod Badcock, Executive Director, Nova Scotia Innovation Hub
- Ocean technology – Gordon Gale, Executive Director, Ocean Technology Council of Nova Scotia
- Nuclear energy – Colleen D’Entremont, President, Atlantica Centre for Energy
REGISTER NOW (this webinar is free to attend but registration is required)
**Once registered, you will be emailed the links for both webinars