Ontario Businesses; Leaders of the Pack at the Zoo
ECOexecutives 2012 offers a full day of hands-on efforts designed to
inspire you to drive your organization's environmental agenda forward.
Today over 500 Canadian species are threatened with extinction. Natural ecosystems are crucial in supporting all life on Earth. Preserving biodiversity and conservation education is at the heart of the Toronto Zoo mission. We have partnered with some of today's most inspirational business sustainability speakers to discuss issues such as energy and climate change, fresh water and oceans, employee engagement, sustainable marketing and supply chain management. We call this program ECOexecutives.
ECOexecutives 2012 offers high impact lessons in sustainability. Through exclusive behind the scenes tours and interactive content sessions participants see the link between sustainable business choices and biodiversity protection. A fantastic opportunity to meet other business professionals with the same goals in mind, and pat a rhino!
ECOexecutives is offered in two sessions; ECOexecutives: Environment 101, and ECOexecutives: Integrating Sustainability.
Join us for ECOexecutives: Environment 101
and learn how to reduce your organization's environmental footprint. Participate in workshops on the carbon economy, water conservation, and energy reduction. Receive the inspiration, tools and knowledge to incorporate sustainability into all aspects of business operations.
ECOexecutives: Integrating Sustainability
delves deeper into the issues of sustainability. Learn how to fully integrate sustainability into your company, by taking part in workshop sessions covering employee engagement, sustainable marketing and responsible supply chain management.
Differentiate your business as a leader by gaining the skills to leverage environmental strategies that truly support business objectives that lead to a competitive advantage. Those who act only to meet compliance requirements will be quickly left behind.
Would your company like to experience ECOexecutives? Are you interested in finding out more about this year’s program? Please fill in the fields below and we’ll be in touch right away.
Or contact us directly:
Nia Gibson, Coordinator of Education for Sustainable Development Programs, Toronto Zoo – 416-393-6365