Canadian Business and Water Leaders Talk Innovation

Canadian Business and Water Leaders Talk Innovation

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Thursday, February 13, 2014 - 2:00pm



The sustainability challenges facing Canadian business leaders and water experts are unsurprisingly similar:

“How can companies design resilient sustainability programs that can survive leadership changes, economic downturns, political shifts and other setbacks?”

How can Canadian municipalities become ideal water sustainable cities--soon?

Two new reports, Blue City: The Water Sustainable City of the Near Future and Simplifying Complexity: The 8 Sustainability Challenges for Canadian Business in 2014 outline the shared concerns of consumer engagement, innovation, resiliency and shared responsibility that cut across sectors and industries.

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Robyn Hall - Based in Toronto, I am a graduate of the Masters of Information (MI) program at the University of Toronto, and the former Communications Manager at Canadian Business for Social Responsibility and Ontario-based Alterna Savings credit union. Most recently, I had the opportunity to be a project media archivist at TVOntario, working with legacy film and video on a wide range of social and environmental topics at Ontario's educational broadcaster. I'm long-time believer that businesses of whatever type - co-op, private, public - are critical to the process of social and environmental change.