GLOBE Forum 2024 Recap and Highlight Reel

It’s been just over a month since we wrapped GLOBE Forum 2024 (Feb. 13-15) in Vancouver!

We’re still feeling inspired by the interconnectedness, collaboration, and respect at the core of all three days of programming.

Watch as GLOBE Series President Elizabeth Shirt reflects on the importance of accelerating solutions for Reaching Destination Net Zero, Restoring and Protecting Nature, Ensuring Water Security, and Building Resilient Communities, and shares why this community of changemakers gives her hope for our climate future.

A regenerative future is inherently hopeful and coming together is one of the most impactful ways we can share the information, resources, and inspiration needed to achieve our climate and sustainability goals.

Thank you to every one of our delegates, speakers, partners, and collaborators for your passion and dedication to making this year’s GLOBE Forum our most intersectional and solutions-focused yet!


What people are saying about GLOBE Forum 2024


“Thank you for a great conference! I’m excited to take everything we talked about this year and put it into action next year so that we’re all aligned and rowing in the right direction, together.​”
—Rachel Mador-House, Head of Scientific Affairs – North America, NatureMetrics


“Having typically attended industry-specific conferences, GLOBE presented a great opportunity to learn from folks in other industries facing similar or completely different challenges.”
—Laura Swaffield, Environmental Impact Lead, MEC​


“Seeing so many Indigenous leaders fully integrated into several (if not most?) of the panels. The opening ceremony was beautiful and I really appreciate the introspection that Pattie Gonia brought to the conversation. I also really appreciated the mix of spaces for people to visit, speed network, etc.”
—Raylene Whitford, Director and Principal, Canative Energy​


“Participating in GLOBE Forum was an enriching experience that allowed me to learn new things, meet inspiring individuals, and engage in valuable networking opportunities. The discussions and insights shared throughout the event were both enlightening and motivating… The connections made and the knowledge gained will undoubtedly have a positive impact on my endeavors moving forward.”​
—Deress Asghedom, Founder & CEO, Vasterapp​



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Save the Date for GLOBExCHANGE 2025 


Feb. 11-13, 2025

GLOBExCHANGE 2025 | The Future is Regenerative

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Highlights from Feb. 15 at GLOBE Forum 2024

That’s a wrap on GLOBE Forum 2024!

Agency, interconnectedness, collaboration, and reciprocity were all at the core of today’s final day of programming. A regenerative future is inherently hopeful and coming together is one of the most impactful ways we can share the information, resources, and optimism needed to achieve our climate and sustainability goals.

Watch as GLOBE Series’ Elizabeth Shirt reflects on Feb. 15 at GLOBE Forum and consider these words of family and partnership from Sustainable Energy & Sovereignty Specialist, Jordyn Burnouf:

“We’re all here handing out business cards, connecting, to build a better future – one where the world exists and where we can be together – and are actively participating in a foundational teaching of Indigenous governance. We talk about SDGs, business development, equity partnerships but what it really is, is kinship.”

Highlights from Feb. 13 and Feb. 14 at GLOBE Forum 2024

The first full day of GLOBE Forum 2024 programming was an action-packed, inspiration-filled sprint to create a regenerative, resilient, net-zero future. From starting off in a good way with the Squamish Nation’s Spokesperson Wilson Williams and the Children of Takaya Dancers of Tsleil-Waututh Nation, to plenary deep dives on building resilient communities, ensuring water security, reaching destination net zero, and restoring and protecting nature. We heard from diverse leaders including Hon. Sean Fraser, Premier David Eby, Secwepemcul’ecw Restoration and Stewardship Society (SRSS) CEO Angela Kane, Hon. Nathan Cullen, WWF-Canada’s Megan Leslie, the iconic Pattie Gonia, and many more. We can’t wait for what tomorrow brings!

Watch to hear from GLOBE Series’ President, Elizabeth Shirt, and catch up on all the GLOBE Forum 2024 highlights so far.


Canada’s Minister of Energy & Natural Resources on the Clean Economy & GLOBE Forum 2024

We’ve had the pleasure of collaborating on several GLOBE Forum sessions with Canada’s Ministry of Energy & Natural Resources, as well as the privilege of the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson’s attendance at several GLOBE events in the past. Watch as the Minister joins GLOBE Series President Elizabeth Shirt to discuss what’s next for the clean economy in Canada, the addition of “Energy” to his portfolio, and where he’ll be during GLOBE Forum 2024.

Continue the conversation Feb. 13-15 in Vancouver with leadership sessions presented in collaboration with Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency (CanNor), Coast to Coast Experiences/ Novex, and more:

Beyond COP28: Looking Ahead with Canada’s Ambassador for Climate Change

Following their recent collaboration on the Canada Pavilion at COP28, Canada’s Ambassador for Climate Change Catherine Stewart joins GLOBE President Elizabeth Shirt to discuss the key successes and challenges emerging out of Dubai, and what’s ahead for Canada.

Continue the conversation at GLOBE Forum 2024 (Feb. 13-15) with a leadership dialogue in collaboration with Environment and Climate Change Canada, Measuring Sustainability: From National Strategy to Local Action. Join this session to explore strategies for making more informed decisions about economic, social, and environmental sustainability.


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GLOBE Forum 2024: The Future is Regenerative (Feb. 13-15)

It’s no longer enough to simply “do less bad”, we must “do more good”. At GLOBE Forum 2024 (Feb. 13-15) you’ll connect with the leaders and changemakers who are driving net positive impacts for our economy, for our planet, and for humanity.

Join us in Vancouver, BC to reach beyond sustainability to regeneration – and register as a delegate before rates increase on Jan. 26!

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10×10 Takes: What Keeps Us Up and What Gives Us Hope in Our Climate Future

“What about our climate future keeps you up at night? What gives you hope?”

Representing society’s toughest challenges and greatest opportunities, the GLOBE Forum 2024 (Feb. 13-15) program tracks are intrinsically linked, and we must accelerate solutions that address them together: Reaching Destination Net Zero; Building Resilient Communities; Ensuring Water Security; and Restoring and Protecting Nature.

Explore the growing program and join us in Vancouver, BC to drive positive impacts for our economy, for our planet, and for humanity.

Video feat. Eric Usher, UN Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI); Megan Leslie, WWF-Canada; JP Gladu, Mokwateh; Tyler Hamilton, MaRS Discovery District; Danielle Kehler, SevenGen/Student Energy; and Tim Coldwell, Chandos Construction.


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10×10 Outcomes from GLOBExCHANGE 2023

GLOBE Series holds two signature events in alternating years: GLOBE Forum in Vancouver, and GLOBExCHANGE in Toronto. Leaders from Canada and around the world join us at these events to share ideas, gain inspiration, and make connections. But these events are about more than that: they are about accelerating action at the system and sector levels.  

How? By consolidating solutions and key takeaways identified at our events to create action-oriented steps to reach our goals. We use the outcomes from each event to inform the programming for our next event, assess the progress that has been made in the past 12 months, and determine next steps and actions. 

At GLOBE Forum 2022, we came together to uncover the 10 areas we need to take action in the next 10 years to get on a path to net zero. At GLOBExCHANGE 2023, we enabled the critical exchanges, connections and transactions requires to bring those action areas to life.  

We are pleased to share The Path to Net Zero: 10×10 Matrix outcomes from GLOBExCHANGE 2023, which set the stage for the next big conversation at GLOBE Forum 2024. We hope these will propel us even further on the journey to a regenerative and sustainable future. 


2-Year Event Cycle: A Catalyst for Action



Thank you to our sister organizations, Delphi and Leading Change Canada, and our other partners for their support in uncovering and compiling these priority actions. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and relevance of this information, the takeaways may not capture the perspectives and insights of all attendees.  


Mobilizing & Deploying Capital 

GLOBExCHANGE sessions that focused on Mobilizing & Deploying Capital: 

  • Targeting Success: The Role Sustainable Finance Plays in Reaching Net Zero 
  • Skills that Pay the Bills: How Sustainability is Shaping the New Working World 
  • Bridging the Divide: From Sustainable Taxonomy to Net-Zero Business Action  

Priority Actions: 

  • Investors need to diversify portfolios and ensure that investment decisions are climate resilient, leveraging climate modeling to assess risks and inform decision making. 
  • Financial institutions should adopt back casting, starting with the end goal in mind, to plan and implement climate-resilient strategies that encourage innovation and create opportunities for climate-related products and services.  
  • Investors need to prioritize investing in pre-seed, early-stage startups working on climate solutions to drive progress in the clean economy.  


Unlocking Innovation  

GLOBExCHANGE sessions that focused on Unlocking Innovation: 

  • Challenging the Status Quo: A Values-Based Approach to Business 
  • The Future of Capital for Cleantech Innovation and Scale in Canada 
  • Avoiding Innovation Silos: Connecting the Cross-Sector Dots for Meaningful Progress towards Net Zero 

Priority Actions: 

  • Given the limited resources of small teams, organizations and Individuals need to share knowledge with internal and external stakeholders to build capacity; these expert networks will support innovative discussions and information sharing.  
  • Government needs to examine the role of public funds in investment policy development and compliance to support innovation and scale up climate-related solutions.  
  • Constructive collaboration between government and sector leaders, along with a streamlined government approval process, will help remove barriers to innovation. 


Aligning Transparency, Standards, & Reporting 

Select sessions at GLOBExCHANGE 2023 that saw stakeholders engage on Aligning Transparency, Standards, & Reporting: 

  • Driving Impact: Standardization in ESG Reporting 
  • Preparing for the Impacts of a Changing Climate: An Enterprise Risk Management Opportunity  
  • Regulatory Developments for ESG in North America 

Priority Actions: 

  • Government needs to establish a regulatory framework for measuring and reporting scope 3 emissions that sets consistent standards across jurisdictions, while recognizing the difficulty in measuring and balance setting meaningful targets and meeting external expectations. 
  • Businesses, financial institutions, and governments should develop credible climate plans with interim goals to account for all emissions (scope 1, 2, and 3) and focus on absolute emissions reductions guided by Just Transition, UNDRIP principles, climate modelling and other credible reporting standards. 
  • Organizations need to regularly report on their climate plans, incorporating both positive and negative outcomes to support transparency. Collaboration, use of guiding principles and proper governance are necessary to ensure data trustworthiness.  


Advancing Resiliency 

GLOBExCHANGE sessions that focused on Advancing Resiliency: 

  • Ensuring Resiliency: Leveraging Scenario Analysis to Prepare for Climate Consequences 
  • Addressing Social Risks of Climate Change 
  • Removing Roadblocks: Advancing Resiliency Projects  

Priority Actions: 

  • Organizations need to consult with vulnerable and impacted communities to empower community voices, foster open and collaborative communication and decision making, and address inherent biases. 
  • All stakeholders need to create space and develop the skills and understanding needed  for intergenerational conversations on sustainability and resilience issues. 
  • Businesses should nurture diverse talent with the evolving skillsets needed in climate and sustainability roles in order to grow a resilient workforce.  


Creating a Circular Economy 

GLOBExCHANGE sessions that focused on Creating a Circular Economy: 

  • Future Proofing: Making Your Business More Circular 
  • Sustainable Procurement: Your Secret Tool Against Scope 3 Emissions 
  • The Future of Work: Leveraging Circular Economy Opportunities 

Priority Actions: 

  • Encourage Individuals to reuse and share goods within their communities to create a network of local exchange and collaboration, reduce waste, and support the growth of the sharing economy. 
  • Sector leaders should shift their focus to circular-economic models to avoid waste and pollution, while also exploring innovative ways to utilize waste (e.g., converting tree waste into biofuels and developing value-added supply chains). 


Implementing Nature-Based Solutions 

GLOBExCHANGE sessions that focused on Implementing Nature-Based Solutions: 

  • From Theory to Action: Translating the Global Biodiversity Framework into Practice 
  • Nature is Next: Integrating Biodiversity Risks into Financial Decision Making 
  • Unlocking the Net-Zero Potential of Value-Added Forestry 

Priority Actions: 

  • Businesses should utilize tools to identify the ecosystem services they rely on and understand the value of nature and how it impacts business operations. 
  • Prioritize meaningful Indigenous partnerships in our conservation efforts, guided by Conservation through Reconciliation Partnership (CRP) initiatives, such as the 30% biodiversity protection by 2030 goal. 
  • Businesses and organizations should invest in nature to support biodiversity and ecosystem restoration, including the recovery of endangered species, and strategically target landscapes with biodiversity loss for conversation and restoration. 


Centering Indigenous, Leadership, Engagement, & Ways of Knowing 

GLOBExCHANGE sessions that focused on Centering Indigenous, Leadership, Engagement, & Ways of Knowing: 

  • Reconnection: Overcoming Climate & Mental Health Crises Through Indigenous-led Social Transformation 
  • Collaborating on Climate Solutions: Indigenous Partnerships for a Net-Zero Future 
  • The Role of Indigenous Inclusion and Participation in Achieving ESG Objectives  

Priority Actions: 

  • Involve Indigenous governments in decision-making processes, ensuring that appropriate protocols are in place to with respect to managing projects, addressing regulatory and environmental issues, and incorporating meaningful ownership. 
  • Foster genuine commitment to reconciliation through partnerships and transparency, ensuring equity for Indigenous Peoples in projects that prioritize mutually beneficial opportunities. 
  • Embrace life cycle thinking and incorporate concepts from Indigenous knowledge, such as the Seven Grandfather Teachings, through engaging with Indigenous communities and government.  


Leveraging Infrastructure & the Built Environment 

GLOBExCHANGE sessions that focused on Leveraging Infrastructure & the Built Environment: 

  • Leading With Technology: Co-Creating a More Sustainable Future 
  • Opportunities for Private Investment in Sustainable Infrastructure 
  • Catalyzing Private Investment in Climate Resilient Infrastructure  

Priority Actions: 

  • When planning to retrofit communities for the future, prioritize actions such as inventorying natural-gas HVAC equipment and replacement dates, and conducting carbon audits instead of energy audits. 
  • Develop decarbonization transition plans for existing buildings to upgrade the suite of building systems and reduce impacts on tenants. 
  • Integrate circular-economy principles into building design, such as advancing modular-construction methods and addressing value-chain issues, e.g., embodied carbon (the carbon emissions released during the lifecycle of building materials) 


Shifting to Low Carbon Transportation 

GLOBExCHANGE sessions that focused on Shifting to Low Carbon Transportation: 

  • A Sustainable Approach to Supply Chain Management  
  • Introducing the Net Zero Supply Chain Initiative  
  • Critical Infrastructure: Achieving the Success of Widespread EV Deployment 

Priority Actions: 

  • Incent the transition away from fossil fuels and create unified approaches to accelerating cleaner energy through increased collaboration and aligning goals between government and other stakeholders. 
  • Take advantage of quick wins to tackle scope 3 emissions, such as offsetting business travel and establishing sustainable procurement criteria. 


Accelerating the Clean Energy Transition 

GLOBExCHANGE sessions that focused on Accelerating the Clean Energy Transition: 

  • On the World Stage: Increasing Canada’s Climate Competitiveness 
  • It’s All In Scope: Creating a Comprehensive Emissions Reduction Plan for Canada’s Oil and Gas Sector 
  • Electrifying the Future: Innovative Solutions to Support the Clean Grid. 

Priority Actions: 

  • Reduce carbon emissions by halting net new fossil-fuel development and transitioning towards cleaner energy infrastructure with the support of government initiatives and incentives.  
  • Accelerate market adoption of innovative energy solutions by promoting active consumer engagement in transitioning to cleaner energy sources.  
  • Better equip businesses and government by increasing knowledge and awareness within various energy supply chains to boost innovation in the energy sector  


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The Path to Net Zero: 10 Areas for Action

The path to net zero will require hard work, creativity, and a whole lot of collaboration. To help fuel and shape this collaboration, we have distilled the key takeaways from GLOBE Forum 2022 into the 10 action areas we need to prioritize in the next 10 years to achieve net zero by 2050.

Over the next few months, we will be developing an interactive 10×10 Matrix that highlights the actions that governments, businesses, and NGOs can take to achieve this ambitious but urgent target. We hope the 10×10 Matrix will not only inspire action, but also help you to better understand how your actions are connected to and enable others in your ecosystem.

To ensure that the 10×10 Matrix is representative of the issues facing diverse stakeholder groups, we have engaged the Leading Change Steering Committee and other partners. Virtual GLOBE Forum delegates will also have the opportunity to provide input into the full matrix in the coming weeks

The 10×10 will come to life at GLOBExCHANGE our next Destination Net Zero event, taking place in Toronto on February 27 – March 1, 2023. GLOBExCHANGE will build on the conversations at GLOBE Forum and use the 10×10 Matrix as a basis for driving meaningful change in pursuit of our net-zero goals.


Mobilizing & Deploying Capital:
Develop policies that de-risk and incentivize investment, remove barriers to innovative financial instruments, and address funding gaps through partnerships and private/public investment


Unlocking Innovation:
Accelerate commercialization of clean technologies, improve inter-jurisdictional knowledge sharing, support innovators and ecosystems, and accelerate public-private partnerships and community collaboration


Aligning Transparency, Standards & Reporting:
Create accountability and align climate-disclosure policies between jurisdictions and develop holistic sustainability/ESG frameworks to facilitate action and knowledge sharing


Advancing Resiliency:
Identify national and regional risks, direct funding to resilient infrastructure retrofits and development, and improve land use planning


Creating a Circular Economy:
Design an Indigenous-centred circular economy roadmap; establish national and provincial goals, policies, and programs; and incorporate circular economy principles into data and financial modelling


Implementing Nature-based Solutions:
Prioritize nature-based solutions in formulating government initiatives and embed the value of natural solutions into infrastructure and business planning processes


Centering Indigenous Leadership, Engagement & Ways of Knowing:
Cultivate long-term relationships with Indigenous leadership and communities, enhance authentic engagement, collaboration and community capacity building initiatives, and support Indigenous knowledge-based adaptation


Leveraging Infrastructure & the Built Environment:
Focus on infrastructure investments and development that address community challenges, encourage compatibility through international collaboration, and identify built environment innovations that deliver numerous sustainability opportunities


Shifting to Low-Carbon Transportation:
Leverage policy instruments to incentivize the shift to low-carbon alternatives, focus on increasing access to connect under-resourced communities, and create infrastructure that supports the transition to EVs


Accelerating the Clean Energy Transition:
Implement strategic policy supports that actively close the gap between federal policy and provincial enforcement, align industry focus around the adoption of net-zero technologies, and encourage coalition-building across sectors




Thank you to the GLOBE Advance session partners, and The Delphi Group’s expert facilitators, notetakers, and content reviewers.

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Top 5 tips for running sustainability events during COVID-19 (and beyond)

By Elizabeth Shirt, Managing Director – GLOBE Series


When I joined GLOBE Series as Managing Director in early 2020, I was super excited. I knew GLOBE had been producing sustainability and climate events for over three decades, and I wanted to be part of the next chapter. After all, we have no time to lose on the road to creating a net-zero, equitable future. I knew that GLOBE events would be where critical conversations and collaboration took root.  

What I couldn’t have predicted was a global pandemic that shook the event industry – among many others – to its core. We quickly pivoted to offering virtual events, and were pleasantly surprised to find that many partners and clients were keen to engage us on everything from programming to technical platforms. Our event services are now a permanent part of what we offer.

After two years of virtual events, I guess we shouldn’t have been surprised by what came next: a huge pent-up demand for getting together in person. GLOBE Forum, which has happened every two years for the past 30, sold out for the first time in its history. We had thousands of people register for in-person and virtual programming. With all that behind us and a huge amount of work to do in the next decade, I’d like to offer our top learnings that you can apply to your own sustainability and climate events.


#1: In-person events aren’t dead

After two years of Zoom meetings from our home offices, I guess we shouldn’t have been surprised at the tremendous interest in getting together in person at GLOBE Forum. People REALLY wanted to see each other after all that time, and the importance of human connection really came through in both our ticket sales and the vibe at the event itself.

How do you make the most of this desire to connect, which in turn fuels more collaboration and innovation? When you’re creating your program, don’t just think about who’s on the stage, think about who is in the room. Consider how you can help your attendees connect with each other – not only in your official programming, but outside of it.

For example, at GLOBE Forum we offered recharge lounges, meeting pods, and multiple networking events. These are where the magic happens…where else can a Chief Sustainability Officer of a multinational company get the opportunity to talk policy with a federal or provincial policymaker? Or a small company with big ambitions become part of the climate conversation? There were so many instances just like this at Forum.

For the first time ever, we also hosted an in-demand “Meet the experts” session with our colleagues from The Delphi Group. This was another way that we leveraged our own connections to help other companies make connections that will help them do what they do even better.

#2: If you’re not thinking about equity and access, start now

You can’t get away with all-white manels anymore. We will and should be held accountable for the people on stage, virtual or otherwise. Plus, if we’re going to build a better future, we need to have all the voices at the table – taking into account age, racial and gender identity, and differently abled perspectives.

At GLOBE Forum, we set and met speaker diversity targets. We considered what it really means to acknowledge the land we are gathering on. We also made sure to create space for First Nations leaders — who represent peoples who called Vancouver home well before any of us lived, worked or played here — to open the event, welcome us to their traditional territories, and talk about why sustainability is fundamental to their communities (and has been for centuries).

Could we do better? Absolutely, and we will keep the pressure on ourselves to ensure all our events are as inclusive as possible. If you’re considering an event, we encourage you to do the same.

In terms of event accessibility, providing virtual and hybrid options was definitely a huge step forward for us at Forum. Fortunately, we were able to leverage the expertise we’d gleaned during two years of the pandemic. We also ensured our event was accessible to a broad and diverse audience by providing targeted discounts for students, not-for-profits and under-represented groups.


#3: It’s not easy being green….but do it anyway

Ensuring your in-person event is sustainable is more and more important to your stakeholders – and is even more important if your audience lives and breathes sustainability, as ours does. There are a bunch of things you can do to work towards net zero, such as:

  • Select a green venue. For example, GLOBE Forum takes place in the Vancouver Convention Centre, which is the world’s first double LEED Platinum certified convention centre.
  • Ensure your badges are recyclable.
  • Offer catering linked to sustainable food sources and local suppliers.
  • Consider going paper-free by offering your program online only.
  • Consider a fully virtual event OR partner with a credible offsets provider to mitigate the emissions associated with in-person events. We partnered with Ostrom Climate at GLOBE Forum to mitigate our event-related emissions.

Our mission is to provide events that are as green and sustainable as possible. We still have some work to do, but asking the right questions from the start is key to making progress.

#4: Go beyond a chatfest…link your event to outcomes and action

The learnings and best practices that people can glean from speakers and fellow attendees at events have a lot of value. However, with less than a decade to make urgent progress towards a net-zero future, we need to go beyond talk to action and impact. This is also what will make your event that much more compelling than another Zoom webinar.

At GLOBE Forum, we not only offered GLOBE Advances – deep-dive workshops on our key themes – but very intentionally built our program around the 10×10 Action Plan: the 10 actions in 10 years we need to take to get to net zero. The 10×10 will be developed out of the discussions that took place at GLOBE Forum and will specify WHAT needs to happen and WHO needs to do it on the road to net zero. These actions will be unpacked at future GLOBE events with the goal of ensuring accountability and impact. Read more about the 10×10 here.

#5: Take 5 after your event is over

There is nothing quite like putting on an event. It’s a high-intensity and high-stress undertaking. It’s really important to acknowledge that and to build it into your calendar in a way that won’t over-tax your team – such as ensuring they can take a breather when the event is over. Think about what’s going to be your best quarter for planning, your best quarter for implementation, and your best quarter for recovery.

It’s also important to define rules of engagement when things get stressful and so that you can stay true to your culture and values. This can really sustain you when the team is going a million miles an hour in a high-intensity environment.


Are you thinking about offering an in-person, hybrid or virtual event, workshop or presentation? We can help!

For more information about how we can partner with you to deliver your next sustainability event, reach out to our Senior Manager, Event Partnerships, Caroline Vanesse, directly at


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