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Are we ready for net-zero?

December 7, 2022 at 1pm EST

Climate change is the most pressing global challenge of the next decade. That means we need to redesign the way we work, the things we learn, the buildings we live in, and the way we get around to be more sustainable and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

While some Canadians may be anxious about the future and about what a green shift might mean for jobs, colleges and institutes are the key to making sure this transition is successful and inclusive.

How can colleges and institutes ensure that industries, skills, learners, and the economy are better equipped to face the challenges of a net-zero future?

Kehkashan Basu, Founder-President at Green Hope Foundation | Follow Kehkashan on LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook.

Catherine Cobden, President & CEO, Canadian Steel Producers Association and Board Member, Climate Institute | Follow Catherine on LinkedIn.

Stuart Cullum, President at Red Deer Polytechnic | Follow Stuart on LinkedIn.

Chris Smilie, MCM – Head, Government Affairs Canada – Siemens Energy | Follow Chris on LinkedIn.

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Check out Season 3

01 | Futureproofing Canada’s labour market

The nature of work underwent (and is still undergoing) a huge shift during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many workers are revaluating their priorities and career goals. And, many employers are struggling to...

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02 | Are we ready for net-zero?

Climate change is the most pressing global challenge of the next decade. That means we need to redesign the way we work, the things we learn, the buildings we live in, and the way we get around to be...

Airdate: December 7, 2022 at 1pm EST

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A unique snapshot of the biggest questions from last year. Explore topics like economic recovery, mental health, BIPOC representation, reconciliation, skills, and sustainability.

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