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Don't worry! We've got recordings of past BBT panels and workshops just for you!
The 2021 Business Beyond Tomorrow Conference was held online which allowed us to record it and share it with you! You can watch these panels and workshops directly on our youtube channel!
This panel on different sustainable agriculture techniques & how they are implemented in business is composed of entrepreneurs, at the forefront of sustained agriculture as well as some insightful individuals with backgrounds in ecological agriculture and soil science.
Panelists: – Caroline Begg, Faculty lecturer in the Dpt. Of Plant Science at McGill University – Cesar Cretel, Founder of HuddleCorp – Graham Calder, Founder of P3 Permaculture Design
Moderator: – Keroles Reid, Leader of Waste Not Want Not Compost at Concordia University
This workshop led by Graham Calder, Founder of P3 Permaculture Design, focusing on ecological gardening and regenerative agriculture, was part of JSEC’s annual Business Beyond Tomorrow in January of 2021.
This panel on the possibilities and many advantages of building a better economy covered the themes of governmental policies, investing and ESG.
Panelists: – David Ung, ESG Analyst at Manulife – Craig Ryan, Director, Purpose Entrepreneurship & ESG at BDC – Jean-Philippe Renaut, CEO of Equo Shareholder Engagement Services Inc
Moderator: – Lucas Fraser, CEO of Circle Environmental Solutions
This workshop led by Lucas Fraser, CEO of Circle Environmental Solutions, focusing on sustainability and the workplace, was part of JSEC’s annual Business Beyond Tomorrow in January of 2021.
This panel evaluated social well-being and diversity in the workplace. Some of the main discussions revolved around the role of businesses in ensuring the social wellbeing of its employees and stakeholders during COVID-19 as well as how businesses can contribute to the social wellbeing of external stakeholders.
Panelists: -Dyana Castillo, co-creator/administrator of BIPOC Coffee Talk -Deeksha G Rao Sahib, Freelance sustainability consultant -Chantal Forgues, sustainability consultant at Lyria
Moderator: -Duha Elmardi, coordinator at Sustainable Concordia