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From March 2 to 4, 2016 in Vancouver, 3,000 organizations from over 50 countries will come together to network and advance global business and sustainability agendas.
Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) is sponsoring an interactive panel session at GLOBE 2016 in Vancouver entitled Climate Change Risk Management: How Accountants and Sustainability Executives are Teaming Up to Build Resiliency. Discover how finance and sustainability executives are collaborating to help organizations address climate change risks and maximize opportunities by linking sustainability to a broader business agenda.
Gord Beal, vice-president, Research, Guidance and Support, CPA Canada
Mary Preville, director general, Natural Resources Canada
Bob Elton, chief risk officer, Vancity and chair of CPA Canada’s Sustainability Advisory Board
Sandy Treagus, CA (SA), chief financial officer, MEC
Cathy McLay, CPA, CA, chief financial officer and acting chief executive officer, TransLink
Linda Coady, chief sustainability officer, Enbridge
As North America's largest and longest-running conference series dedicated to business innovation for the planet, GLOBE 2016 is about taking responsibility, forging new partnerships and creative thinking. Learn how finance and sustainability executives are collaborating to help organizations address climate change risks and maximize opportunities by linking sustainability to an organization's broader business agenda.
As a bonus, GLOBE is offering a 10 per cent discount on registration fees for CPAs who wish to attend the conference.
Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.
Vancouver Convention Centre
1055 Canada Place, Vancouver, BC V6C 0C3
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