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Achieving the Triple Bottom Line (Finance & Investment)

Tuesday, May 3, 2022
7:30 AM
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Schedule:Registration and Breakfast: 7:30 - 8:00 a.m. PT
Program: 8:00 - 9:30 a.m. PT

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The business community’s interest in ESG factors – environmental impact, social impact and governance impact – at all levels of business decisions and policymaking is greater than ever before. Businesses are working hard to adjust to these realities and lay the foundations for a sustainable, socially responsible economy where the private sector and its partners drive widely shared growth and prosperity, protect the environment and improve the quality of life for everyone.

A key part of this emphasis on ESG factors is building climate resiliency across all sectors in our economy. This series will bring together panellists from the Greater Vancouver business community that serve to exemplify climate resiliency in action, including the primacy of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, technological transformation in our economy, sustainable financial investments and advancing circular economy models.

You can choose to purchase a bundle package and attend all sessions or simply attend the session that is most relevant to you.

Session 1

Achieving the Triple Bottom Line (Finance & Investment)

Climate change and government policy responses are driving the imperative for decarbonization through business innovations, technologies, and partnerships. Amidst the cascading effects of supply-chain challenges and myriad COVID-19 implications, how do we keep innovating and growing the bottom line, while also moving the needle on climate-change and growing ESG expectations (UNDRIP, gender equity, and diversity/inclusion)? Governments are investing and promoting partnerships, but how to make sense of and capitalize on the expectations and opportunities that are emerging to achieve the “triple bottom line”?


Christine Bergeron

Christine Bergeron
President and CEO


Lis Anderson Roopa Davé Kaeli Gattens Michael Meneer

Lis Anderson, VP, Global Procurement, Global Supply Chain, Finning International
Roopa Davé, ESG and Sustainability Practice, KPMG in Canada
Kaeli Gattens, Director of Environmental, Social, Governance, JDS Group of Companies
Moderator: Michael Meneer, President and CEO, Pacific Salmon Foundation

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