The transition to a cleaner, prosperous economy needs to be both an immediate priority and a sustained effort over the years and decades ahead, according to the Government of Canada.
''Canada must keep innovating to meet this long-term goal, strengthening and building on existing measures that fight climate change and transform the economy.''
Businesses have stepped up to providing numerous technologies contributing to inherent business operations aligned to net-zero ambitions by 2050. On 10 March 2022 we explored the topic in detail which can be viewed here:
MP Arif Virani, (Opening Keynote) Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development
Robert Niven, Chair and CEO at CarbonCure
''One Halifax-based carbon capture startup - backed by Gates’ Breakthrough Energy Ventures and Jeff Bezos-run Amazon.com Inc.’s Climate Pledge Fund - is working on concrete’s big carbon problem.'' - Financial Post
Diana Cartwright, Trade Commissioner at Global Affairs Canada
Over twenty years experience in the clean-tech sector working with leading companies, government agencies, NGOs and research institutes.
Opening remarks were delivered by Susan Namulindwa, Vice President (Canada) at The Canada-Africa Chamber of Business, and Executive Director of the African Trade Desk.
During our recent Virtual Trade Mission of women-owned and -led companies it is clear Canada's driving marketplace innovations, many of which are ahead of policy - which is responding to accommodate business solutions driving a low carbon future.
Held in partnership with Global Affairs Canada