Executive Summit Series: Net-Zero Virtual

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Executive Summit Series: Net-Zero Virtual

Executive Summit Series: Net-Zero Virtual

By Canadian Chamber of Commerce

When and where

Date and time

Tue, Mar 28, 2023 10:00 AM - Wed, Mar 29, 2023 12:00 PM PDT



About this event

  • 1 day 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

In March 2022, Environment and Climate Change Canada released its 2030 Emissions Reductions Plan. Since then, there have been continued policy and regulatory changes to reduce Canada’s carbon footprint – but are we on track to reach our emissions targets? This Executive Summit will examine Canada’s 2030 Emissions Reductions Plan one year after release and will provide private sector perspectives on Canada’s path to net-zero.

The panel discussion will bring together leaders from different sectors of Canada’s economy to talk about Canada’s 2030 and 2050 carbon targets. Panelists will discuss whether the current federal policy landscape facilitates private sector investments in decarbonization – and will provide insights on how Canada can advance environmental and economic ambitions in tandem.

About Our Executive Summit Series: Over the course of the year, we will take a deep dive into nine sector specific issues our political leaders need to consider, to ensure public policies that drive business success.


Contact us: info@chamber.ca OR 613.238.4000

Thank You to Our Excellence Level Partners

About the organizer

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is Canada’s largest and most activated business network — representing over 400 chambers of commerce and boards of trade and more than 200,000 business of all sizes, from all sectors of the economy and from every part of the country — to create the conditions for our collective success. The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is the undisputed champion and catalyst for the future of business success. From working with government on economy-friendly policy to providing services that inform commerce and enable trade, we give each of our members more of what they need to succeed: insight into markets, competitors and trends, influence over the decisions and policies that drive business success and impact on business and economic performance.