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Clean Tech: Future of Sustainability
Clean Tech: Future of Sustainability

Fri, Mar 31

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Clean Tech: Future of Sustainability

This workshop is an open conversation about the clean tech industry, sustainability and what enables them.

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Time & Location

Mar 31, 2023, 12:00 PM – 12:45 PM EDT

Conferencing link will be provided

About the event

Note: This session is limited to 25 attendees. Everyone is welcome. No sales pitches. No attendee recordings allowed.

transform this Weekly 'Community Connect' workshop series are a pay-what-you-can open, global and innovative space for everyone. We meet to discuss disruptive technologies in various industries and their impact to sustainability.

We do not share or sell data and any other information you share before or during the Weekly Community Connect workshops.  Our detailed terms and conditions are available here: https://www.goemerald.ca/terms

Workshop Overview:

Clean Tech industry is incredibly diverse with multiple R&D + innovation paths. It promises to combat climate change and enable sustainability long term. With multiple bouts of ESG-related scams, both investor and consumer communities are demanding measurable impact which shows positive impact to the people, planet, prosperity, and partnership dimensions. 

Let's meet and discuss: 

  1. New developments in the clean tech industry
  2. How can the success be measured? 
  3. What can consumers and investors expect, realistically?
  4. What are other factors and socio-economic conditions impact adoption + success of clean tech?

Workshop Host:

  • Gunjan Syal - Founder and CEO at GoEmerald. Gunjan innovates businesses and ecosystems in a way that the results are visible, measurable and repeatable. She enables innovation at an enterprise level by merging business, technology and data. She has led innovation initiatives for businesses in 9+ industries.  Gunjan is a globally celebrated workshop host. When she is not obsessing about data-driven innovation or her plants, she is stalking  JWST and Artemis program. 

See our terms and conditions here.

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