October 13, 2020
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Sustainability needs to be culturally-ground, and socially impactful. We have harvested the low hanging fruit of sustainability – in corporation, governments and public agencies (including cities) and communities. To address Climate, build a Circular Economy, and truly address mega-challenges such as oceans plastics, deforestation and species destruction, and others, requires now models of leadership – personal and societal. And, this comes with an overlay of urgency, and the imperative of innovation. My stage-setting remarks, and the ensuing dialogue, will explore collaboratively how leadership, in its many multi-faceted force, drives change: and we must strive to be better leaders.
Speaker: Chris Henderson
Chris Henderson is a Canadian eco-entrepreneur, community leader and environmental innovator. For the past 35 years, he has led and been at the forefront of ground-breaking Canadian enterprises and local/national business, social and ecological initiatives which have global impact and resonance. Chris is a trusted and insightful commentator on economic, environment and energy issues that respect the Planet, and generate enduring outcomes for corporations, communities and Canada. Chris prime current role in advising and equipping Indigenous peoples and communities to develop and own clean energy projects to catalyze social development, economic opportunity and to combat Climate Change. His first book Aboriginal Power was published in 2013.
Chris is the President of Lumos Energy, Executive Director of the Indigenous Clean Energy Social Enterprise, Founder of The Delphi Group and Board Chair of the Globe Series.
6:00 - 6:20 Presentation by Chris Henderson
6:20 - 6:40 'Fireside Chat' Interview
6:40 - 7:00 Q&A
7:00 - 8:00 Networking
This event is sponsored by Circle Environmental Solutions