2nd annual Greening Government Conference – Toronto

The 2nd Greening Government Conference is just around the corner and our agenda is nearly full of great speakers. This year we will be discussing various topics including:

  • Federal Sustainable Development Strategy: Shrinking the Environmental Foot Print
  • Taking the Necessary Steps to Incorporate Environmental Practices into Green Procurement
  • Green Innovation and Technology
  • Action Plan and (Strategies) for Sustainability
  • Greening Initiatives and its Impact on Climate Change
  • Sustainable Building Design and Infrastructure (LEED and BOMA programs)
  • Assessment Tools for Embedding Sustainability
  • Staff Engagement and Employee Behaviour – Best Practices for Implementing a Green Team: Motivation Techniques and Strategies
  • Achieving Zero Waste in the Public and Private Sectors – Successfully Rolling Out a Program
  • Green Fleet and Transportation Programs

As there was demand to hear from the private sector last year, this year we will dedicate an hour to hearing about Sustainable Building Design and infrastructure from these great Eco leaders:

  • Diana Osler-Zortea
  • Teresa Hanna
    Executive Director
    Canada Green Building Council
  • Lesley Rogers
    Efficiency NB
    Vice President

For a full conference agenda, visit our website www.greeninggovernment.ca. And don’t miss your chance to register at the early bird rate and secure your place at the 2nd annual Greening Government Conference on May 31 and June 1.

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NCM Govpages and Govevents staff

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