Media advisory: Business Alliance for a Clean Economy presents webinar on opportunities for innovation and growth

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Dawson Creek. Photo: Government of B.C.

Update: The webinar is now over. Watch the video recording.

VANCOUVER / MUSQUEAM, SQUAMISH & TSLEIL-WAUTUTH TERRITORIES — British Columbia’s climate plan, CleanBC, opens doors for businesses to innovate and grow, according to corporate leaders.

That’s the focus of an upcoming public online forum, presented by the Business Alliance for a Clean Economy (now the Catalyst Business Alliance), in association with the Pembina Institute.

Next week’s one-hour webinar features speakers from QuadReal Property Group, Parkland Fuel Corporation, Climate Smart Businesses, and the Pembina Institute, and a Q&A session.

Media and the public are invited to attend What CleanBC Means for Business via web or telephone (free). Online registration is required.

Pembina Institute experts are available for advance interviews on this topic.

Event: What CleanBC means for business

Date: Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Time: 11 a.m. PDT



  • Jamie Gray-Donald, senior vice president for sustainability and EHS, QuadReal Property Group
  • Kel Coulson, manager for policy and external relations, Parkland Fuel Corporation
  • Elizabeth Sheehan, president, Climate Smart Businesses
  • Karen Tam Wu, B.C. director, Pembina Institute

Moderator: Drummond Lawson, director of sustainability, Arc’teryx


Join the conversation on Twitter: #CleanBCBiz @Pembina


Stephen Hui
Senior Communications Lead, Pembina Institute
Tw: @StephenHui


About us

The Business Alliance for a Clean Economy (BCCE) is a network of leading B.C. businesses and organizations aligned behind a vision for a clean and prosperous economy and climate action. We believe that strong climate and energy policy provides certainty and is good for business.

The Pembina Institute is a non-profit think-tank that advocates for strong, effective policies to support Canada’s clean energy transition. We have offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, and Ottawa.

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