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Women in Energy Transformation series Presented by the Pembina Institute and GLOBE Series

Sep. 29, 2021  9:00am - 11:00am PDT webinar - Public event

Women have been at the forefront of Canada’s energy system transformation for decades. As executives, educators, entrepreneurs, policy makers, and innovators dedicated to a sustainable future, they’re leading emissions reduction strategies, advocating for a just transition, inventing cutting-edge clean technology, and much more.

The work of women in energy will be pivotal in fighting the greatest challenge of our time—the climate crisis. It’s time to hear their stories. The Pembina Institute and GLOBE Series have partnered to bring you the Women in Energy Transformation Series—a national dialogue that celebrates the women advancing Canada’s transition to a clean economy, and identifies opportunities for more women to get involved.


Profiling Women Leaders of the Energy Transformation
Destination Net Zero: Energy and Transportation Days Session
Sep. 29, 2021

Featured speakers include:

  • Kehkashan Basu, Founder & President, Green Hope Foundation
  • Jordyn Burnouf, Sr. Associate, Medicine Rope Strategies, and Member, Indigenous Clean Energy Advisory Council
  • Heather Campbell, Executive Director, Clean Technology, Alberta Innovates
  • Alexandra Tavasoli, CEO, The Solistra Corporation and Finalist, MaRS Discovery District’s Women In Cleantech Challenge

Minding the Gap: Barriers and Key Themes in Equality and Inclusion
Destination Net Zero: Nature and Bioeconomy Days Session
Nov. 24, 2021

GLOBE Forum Women’s Lunch: Solutions, Pathways and Intergenerational Connection
February 2022

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