You’re welcomed to a Tidy Energy Canada webinar on Might 29 at 1pm ET/10am PT on the chances the energy shift will bring for Canadian energy tasks.
We’ll dive into Tidy Energy Canada’s newest modelling of Canadian energy tasks in a net-zero world, followed by a panel conversation and Q&A with labour and market leaders including General Motors’ David Paterson, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Employees’ Matt Wayland, and Chandos Building’s Jen Hancock
A current Clean Energy Canada report exposed that there would be 700,000 more energy tasks in 2050 than exist today if Canada and the world reach net absolutely no, with development in tidy energy tasks outmatching decreases in nonrenewable fuel sources. On the other hand, the federal government just recently released a series of sustainable tasks strategies to prepared the labor force for this inescapable energy shift.
With 92% of international GDP now covered by net-zero dedications, choices made today will form the success of Canada’s energy sector in the years ahead.
Canada’s tidy energy sector is comprised of business and employees that help in reducing carbon contamination, whether by creating tidy energy, assisting move it, minimizing energy usage, or establishing low-carbon innovations. It is a genuinely pan-Canadian sector, from the assembler producing electrical cars in Windsor, to the building and construction employee structure energy-efficient real estate in Yellowknife, or the lineworker structure power lines that will assist amaze our lives.
The energy shift represents a big chance for Canadian energy employees. However success is not inescapable, and obstacles lie ahead– from the threat of environment policy rollbacks to prospective abilities and labour lacks.
Register now to sign up with the conversation about what Canadian federal governments, markets, and employees need to do to get ready for the altering world of energy.
David Paterson, Vice President, Corporate and Environmental Affairs at General Motors of Canada Business. David leads Communications, Federal government and Environmental Relations for General Motors Canada and belongs to GM’s international Public law and Communications groups. David is a previous Chair of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and presently serves on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Journalism Structure, the Canadian Automobile Manufacturers’ Association, the Canadian American Company Council, and the Executive of the Canadian Automotive Collaboration Council.
Matt Wayland, Canadian Director of Federal Government Relations at International Brotherhood of Electrical Employees. Matt is typically the go to voice for the labour motion when it pertains to “Simply Shift.” Matt is a certified red-seal electrician/inside wireman and has actually been a happy member of IBEW Resident 303 St. Catharines, ON given that 2001. He is on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Environment Institute and has actually served on the Job Force on Simply Shift for Canadian Coal Power Employees and Communities and co-chaired the Ministerial Advisory Committee on a National Project to Promote the Competent Trades as a Very First Option Profession for Youth.
Jen Hancock, Vice President Collaborative Building And Construction at Chandos Building And Construction. Jen has actually worked for Chandos for the last 15 years and has actually assisted lead a lot of the business’s ingenious practices because time. She assisted establish the business’s Net absolutely no 2040 method and works mainly as a coach, facilitator and fitness instructor for task groups with a concentrate on Integrated Task Shipment (IPD), collective building and construction practices, lean, sustainability and is a chauffeur of EDI efforts.
Stefan Pauer, Supervisor of Innovation and Financial Analysis at Clean Energy Canada. Stefan makes sure that Clean Energy Canada’s research study, analysis, policy point of views, and interactions are precise, reliable, and defensible. Prior to signing up with Tidy Energy Canada, Stefan performed interdisciplinary research study on environment policies in California and Europe at the University of British Columbia.
Rachel Doran, Director of Policy and Technique at Clean Energy Canada. Rachel brings almost twenty years of experience in policy, politics and law to advance tidy energy options for Canada’s sustainable economy. Prior to signing up with Tidy Energy Canada, Rachel worked as senior unique consultant to the Minister of Environment and Environment Modification, consultant to the prime minister, and chief of personnel to Ministers of Justice and Indigenous Providers.