The transition to net-zero requires a massive and interconnected global effort to deploy new technologies that can create a more sustainable future.
MaRS Climate Impact delves into the most promising ideas and innovations that could help prevent the most disastrous consequences of climate change and build a cleaner economy.
Join us at the MaRS Centre in downtown Toronto or online from November 29 & 30, 2023 for two days of interactive panel discussions, thought-provoking debates, company demos and more.
Connect with innovators and global cleantech leaders working on the platforms, partnerships and strategies needed to scale the most impactful solutions.
University of the Fraser Valley
Director, Food and Agriculture Institute
Lenore Newman is the director of the Food and Agriculture Institute at the University of the Fraser Valley where she specializes in agricultural innovation and policy. She holds a research chair in food and agriculture innovation and is a past Canada Research Chair in Food Security and the Environment. Lenore is also an emeritus member of the Royal Society of Canada’s New College. Lenore consults extensively with industry in the areas of controlled environment agriculture and alternative proteins and mentors for Creative Destruction Labs – Rockies. She is the author of Speaking in Cod Tongues and the award-winning Lost Feast, and her third book, Dinner on Mars, coauthored with Dr. Evan Fraser, was published in 2022. She holds a BSc in Physics from the University of British Columbia, and a PhD in Environmental Studies from York University.
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Nov 29, 2023 - Nov 30, 2023
$158.39 - $158.39
College Street, Toronto, ON, Canada