MARCH 26-26 2014
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The Changing Economics of Energy
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GLOBE Awards 2012 Winners
New: Spotlight on Dubai Forum
DuPont CSO Linda Fisher on how to motivate your colleagues & staff to be engaged in sustainability
Hon. Terry Lake, BC Minister of Environment, confirmed to present at 10th Annual GLOBE Awards, March 16th in Vancouver
Suncor President & COO Steven Williams to Speak in Opening Plenary
Book Launch at GLOBE 2012
CICA to sponsor networking breakfast
Two New Dessert Receptions Added for Delegates
New Dialogue: The Pipeline Debate
Participating Companies Now Available
World’s Top Companies Gathering in Vancouver; Business and Action Top Items on GLOBE 2012 Agenda
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CEOs to discuss sustainability and corporate competitiveness at GLOBE 2012
GLOBE supports call for sustainable financial sector resulting from UNEP-FI Roundtable
World’s top corporations confirmed to participate at GLOBE 2012
China to host major pavilion at GLOBE 2012
GLOBE CEO John Wiebe recognized as one of Canada’s top contributors to sustainability
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Ballard Sees Positive Developments in Fuel Cell Material Handling Market
Ballard Power Systems sees great potential in material handling applications powered by Ballard fuel cell stacks
Where have all the flowers gone?
It is said one of every three bites of food eaten worldwide depends on pollinators, especially bees, for a successful harvest. If this is true, what happens to us when the bees are gone?
How Are China's Overseas Investments Affecting the Environment?
Chinese overseas investments are rapidly increasing, A significant amount of this increasing OFDI goes to the energy and resources sectors-much of it in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
South Korea on course to have the world's highest Carbon Prices
In a little over 18 months, South Korea will launch a scheme that will cap around 70% of its greenhouse gas emissions.
Funding available for Cleaner Fossil Fuel Production
CCEMC is offering up to $50 million in funding for projects that can reduce emissions from fossil fuel production and processing.
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