Exciting upcoming event! The State of Green Development: Collaboration or Collision?

 

 

Sustainability is an issue all Canadians face and
will continue to face in the future.

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to learn more about “The State of Green Development” and what’s being done to find solutions for positive change.

When
June 13, 2013
11:30 AM to 4:00 PM EDT
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Where

Ontario Investment and Trade Center
250 Yonge Street, 35th Floor
Toronto, ON

Supporting Organizations:


EMBASSY OF DENMARK
Ottawa

 

Ontario Ministry of Economic Development & Innovation

Ontario Ministry of Economic Development, Trade, and Employment

 

European Chambers of Commerce in Toronto.

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“Wallstreet” is a Nordic Chambers collaboration that pulls together Business Management, Politics, and Economics around a common topic.
This is our third event and the focus is on Sustainability – Innovation – Low Carbon Living, its impact on the Construction/ Building sector and the effect on the Economy/Politics from a Micro/Macro perspective.

 

Keynote address:

Former Mayor of Toronto, Mr. David Miller is just back from a trip to Scandinavia and a visit to a Low-Carbon community in Stockholm and will be sharing his findings and their relevance for Canadian projects. Stockholm: Cities and Green Growth – Urban Evolution

 

Speakers:

Mr. John Campbell, CEO Waterfront Toronto, will be talking about the progress underway on the revitalization of Toronto’s waterfront. He will also discuss how Nordic experience in sustainability has informed Waterfront Toronto approach.

Mr. Sean Monclús, Operations manager/Envac Systems Canada Inc will present on recycling innovation in Low-Carbon communities. Smart garbage: Pneumatic refuse collection, goes from trend to movement.

Mr. Ken Greenberg, is an architect, urban designer, teacher, writer, former Director of Urban Design and Architecture for the City of Toronto and Principal of Greenberg Consultants. He will discuss how we can turn the world’s urban spaces back into homes for the future. Seeing Cities as Part of Nature (Getting Denser and Greener.)

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I can’t make it
Swedish, Danish & Finnish Chamber members: $45
Other Chamber members: $45
Non members: $50.00

Includes Lunch and refreshment.
RSVP before June 10, 2013. Reserve Your Tickets Now! Space is limited. Our previous events sold out very quickly.

 

Sincerely,
Marie Larsson
Executive Director
Swedish-Canadian Chamber of Commerce
p.p. The Wallstreet Group

events@sccc.ca