Energy management, sustainable supply chains and social media on deck at Metro Toronto Convention Centre, June 6, 2012
TORONTO, May 7, 2012 /CNW/ - Sustainability stakeholders and business executives are gearing up for the Carbon Economy Summit in Toronto on June 6, a full-day event focused on environmental and cost savings, brand enhancement and risk management.
Sessions will cover top strategies for controlling emissions and costs from manufacturing, transportation, facilities, infrastructure and supply chain.
Keynote presenter Margaret Wente, award-winning columnist with the Globe & Mail, will discuss Ontario's green energy policies. The agenda also includes a dynamic panel on the highs and lows of using social media to communicate sustainability.
Speakers represent Natural Resources Canada, University of Waterloo, Holcim (Canada), PricewaterhouseCoopers, Quantis, LoyaltyOne, Rogers Communications, CarbonZero, Heenan Blakie, Energent, and more!S
Session topics include:
- Energy management and incentives;
- Sustainable supply chains and transportation;
- Carbon and cost control;
- Social media and green;
- Carbon policy.
A must-attend event for:
- Sustainability/ environment professionals;
- Manufacturing & supply chain executives;
- Purchasing/ procurement managers;
- Marketers and legal professionals;
- Policy makers/ public-sector agencies;
- Cleantech stakeholders.
Cost: $249 (includes all sessions, breakfast, lunch and networking)
Registration/ details: http://www.carboneconomysummit.ca
Details: June 6, 2012 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
Sponsors: Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), Espar
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