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Sustainability Soiree

Attend LEN’s annual celebration and enjoy some live music, appetizers from Growing Chefs, an Environmental Pitch Night and other environmentalists’ company. Bring your friends and whoever you want to celebrate the environment with!

Enjoyable activities:

  • Environmental Pitch Night – London youth will be competing by answering the question: “What is the most effective way to get citizens caring about climate change and changing their habits?” in 10 x 90 second pitches. Prize winner will receive $150. Only youth (ages 9-30) can pitch their idea – we want to hear from the future generation!
  • Live music by the Jim MacDonald Show
  • Information and stories from the LEN members
  • Appetizers from Growing Chefs!
  • Silent auction
  • Cash bar featuring local beverages
  • Networking with other environmentalists

Green Drinks – August – Food Waste

Green Drinks is back in London and we are hosting our next event at the London Brewing Co-operative on Thursday August 10th from 6pm-9pm. The London Environmental Network is planning to host Green Drinks every 2 months for 2017 (Next event will be in October).

The feature speaker will be Paul van der Werf, current President of London-Ontario-based 2cg Inc. He has been involved in the business of waste prevention and diversion for the last 20 years. A recognized organic waste and composting expert he has in recent years delved into the business of recycling and sustainability planning. Paul is a writer, speaker, consultant, and PhD candidate working to reduce food waste. Paul will be speaking his work and the work being done on food waste in London.

We are actively working on organizing food for purchase the night of the event, stay tuned for updates!

Green Drinks is an organic, self-organising network of people interested in talking about environmentally related topics. Stay in the loop by checking the London Environmental Network’s website.

Growing a Green Future in Canada’s Deep South

AGM 2017: The Strategy Sessions
Thursday, June 29, 2017

Innovation Works, 201 King St., London, Ontario

All Welcome. Register Now.

Growing a green future is everybody’s business. These interactive sessions are for everyone who cares about healthy and climate-smart communities from Toronto to Windsor.

Members notice: Annual General Meeting with Elections

Networking Agenda

Help CCC to think strategically about their future actions and model as they consider implementation of the report “Ivey MBA Students and Carolinian Canada Coalition Collaboration: Strategy Assessment and Recommendations

Download the Report

10 am Carolinian Canada strategic plan session – Building a green hub for a new age

Noon Networking Lunch

1 pm Big Picture Collaborative sessions – Reversing a centuries-old trend of habitat loss

4 pm Annual General Meeting – Building a Sustainable Support Network for Healthy Ecosystems: Elections, Annual Report & more

Network Opportunities

  • Participate in Big Picture Collaborative
  • Renew your personal, professional and group memberships in Carolinian Canada
  • Sponsorship starting at $250
  • Submit a topic for 5 minute update – Bring a display – apply with registration for limited spots
  • Subsidies available for travel or registration as needed
  • Volunteer

Strategy Sessions

This is the Carolinian Zone – unique, wild and home to one quarter of Canadians. Join us in collaborating for a Big Picture 5-year strategy to grow healthy habitat for a green future for wildlife and people.

  • How green is your future? What is your vision of a sustainable future? How does climate change fit?
  • The Big Picture is greater than the sum of our actions. How do we know we are moving in the right direction, together?
  • Measure what matters. How do you measure success?
  • Great things are happening. How are you reversing habitat loss? How is local nature helping you get climate-smart? Who are your green people?
  • The Big Picture belongs to everyone. How would you like to be connected to the Big Picture?

Read the Strategic Plan

Our community includes conservation, community, First Nations, government, land, water, farm, health, business, cultural, urban and many other groups and individuals who care.

Connect to grow a healthy future in Canada’s deep south. Join the discussion. Share your story.

Registration

Strategy Sessions: $25 Members / $50 Non-Members / $60 after June 15 / $250+ Sponsor

includes lunch

Membership: $50 Individual / $75 Professional / $100 Friend / $250 Canopy Group / $1,000+ Super Canopy

Subsidies available for registration and travel – email admin@carolinian.org

Location

Innovation Works is in downtown London near King and Richmond St / bus and train stations

If driving, note that King St. is 1-way.  Paid parking lots are beside the building or across the street. (Street parking is 2 hours only.)

We will be gathering in the Solutions Lab and Commons on the main floor.

http://www.innovationworkslondon.ca/