In-person host hub: Vancouver Convention Centre West + Partner Hubs Across Canada
A net-zero future is coming. Claim your place at the leading edge.
For the first time since COVID-19, the Canadian sustainability and climate community will converge at GLOBE Forum in Vancouver. But that’s not all. With partner hubs across Canada and an array of virtual programming, attendees will have access to more ideas and solutions than ever before –in person and on-demand.
Join us IRL to connect and collaborate, share insights and solutions, and breakthrough barriers on the road to net zero. We have the ambition. Now it’s time for action. Join us as we turn humanity’s greatest challenge into an unparalleled opportunity.
Recordings available November 25, 2021
We’re embedding action and accountability into all our Destination Net Zero Events with the 10×10: 10 actions in 10 years we need to take to get to net zero. To learn more about the actions identified at our October 2021 event, check out the 10×10 Outcomes Report: Energy and Transportation Days. These outcomes will feed into the final 10×10 that is produced after GLOBE Forum 2022.
Failure is not an option when it comes to climate change. Transforming our energy and transportation systems is key to achieving a net-zero future. The world has already started transitioning, disrupting energy markets, and putting pressure on fossil fuel development. Adding to the pressure, the Government of Canada has legislated a net-zero emissions target for 2050.
Over two days, participants tackled the big questions: What is the pathway to carbon neutrality for energy and transportation in Canada? How can we ensure our country is competitive while undergoing system transformation? How do we scale clean solutions and innovation? How do we ensure the transition is just and that no one is left behind in the fight against climate change – including those whose jobs are put at risk by the transition to cleaner energy?
Topics included but were not limited to renewable energy, just and equitable transition, clean energy policies, low-carbon fuels, decarbonization, zero-emission pledges, zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs), and public transport.
We’re embedding action and accountability into all our Destination Net Zero Events with the 10×10: 10 actions in 10 years we need to take to get to net zero. To learn more about the actions identified at our November 2021 event, check out the 10×10 Outcomes Report: Nature and Bioeconomy Days. These outcomes will feed into the final 10×10 that is produced after GLOBE Forum 2022.
Nature and the bioeconomy have the potential to both mitigate climate change and build climate resilience in Canada. Over the course of two days, participants considered how to scale natural climate solutions and the bioeconomy by exploring key questions: With a finite supply of land, how do we maximize its climate resilience, biodiversity, and productivity? How can we monetize the value of our diverse green and blue ecosystems? How can public and private partners support Indigenous leadership in nature?