The Future of Sustainable Practices Webinar

This webinar will inspire, educate and empower you, whether you are familiar with the concept of sustainability or new to the topic.
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Details

Date & Time

April 22, 2024
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location

Virtual

Cost

Free

Contact

Stephanie Badour
badours@mcmaster.ca

Description

Join us on Monday, April 22, 2024, from 12:00 – 1:00pm for a webinar on Sustainable Practices: Paving the Way to a Greener Future, in collaboration with the Integrated Business and Humanities Program.

Sustainability is not just a buzzword but a pressing need. As businesses, communities, and individuals, we are faced with the urgent task of adopting sustainable practices. This webinar aims to dive into the complex aspects of sustainability, explore its significance, challenges, and practical solutions.

Featuring Industry Speakers:
· Lindsay Hampson – Founder, Sustainability & ESG Consultant at ThisRock
· Mar Abera – Sustainability Team Lead at Pratus Group Inc.
· Hrithik Sharma – Analyst at Quinn+Partners

Key Insights:
➮ Discover cutting-edge sustainable technologies and innovations
➮ Learn practical ways to integrate sustainability into your daily life
➮ Strategies for building resilience to climate change impacts

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