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Join CBSR, Green Living and Corporate Knights for two days of learning, discovering new ideas and best practices, and networking with peers and thought leaders!

OCTOBER 26

Start your day with

CBSRCBSR’S 9TH ANNUAL SUMMIT:
CANADIAN BUSINESS AS A GLOBAL CITIZEN

CBSR is gathering industry and thought leaders to explore the role, responsibilities and impact of Canadian business outside our borders. Discover opportunities that help drive innovation and new business models required for Canada to lead in the 21st century; learn how Canadian organizations are building capacity in developing nations for mutual benefit; and pinpoint where and how Canadian companies must rise to address complex social and environmental issues.
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Immediately following the CBSR Summit is the inaugural

ECREXCELLENCE IN CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY AWARDS

Celebrate your colleagues, the corporate Canadians who are transforming business practices to create sustainable social and environmental change. And join Green Living in honouring the lifetime contributions of the late Ray Anderson, CEO of Interface Flooring and an inspiring leader to many in the CSR field, as Ray’s daughter Mary Anne Lanier accepts the award on the family’s behalf. Enjoy live music and local food and drink next door at the TIFF Bell Lightbox.
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OCTOBER 27

Continue your learning at the Corporate Knights

GREEN GDP: COUNTING NATURAL CAPITAL
→ DRIVING PROSPERITY CONFERENCE

Leading corporations are starting to integrate natural capital into their balance sheets, and over 20 countries are exploring how to update their GDP with green metrics, yet the natural capital advantage of Canada is largely left off the balance sheets that guide our corporate and public policy strategies. Join some of the most respected business and public policy leaders (including Rt Hon. Paul Martin and former World Bank President, James Wolfensohn), in determining how to account for and leverage our natural capital for it to maximize long-term prosperity.
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*Please note: separate registration is required to attend each event.