See below for links to the presentations for which we have permission to post. In some cases, presenters did not have supporting presentations.
After spending nearly twenty years testing the limits of human endurance in the most inhospitable environments on the planet, Kevin has developed a sixth sense, a ‘wild wisdom’, that allows him to succeed at everything he does. “There’s nothing special about me,” he says steadfastly when asked, “I don’t have some hidden talent or gift, I just know how to get things done.” He inspires audiences with his core belief that all of us are capable of achieving big goals.
The world is more connected than ever before. But with that connection, comes a barrage of information that is hard to sort through from fact & fiction. We see it in agriculture, energy, manufacturing, and of course you see it in your industry too. The impacts are real when we look at what that information can do to public trust, as more regulations & buyer demands are implemented, some of which aren’t any safer, but merely a nod to misunderstood public pressure. Something can be done. Something needs to be done. Public outreach through social media, dinner conversations, grocery check-out lines and more can all help. But you’ve got to stand up for your industry if you want to have an impact on it.
On-Site Water Treatment with Naturally-Sourced Chemistry
Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy
The Whistler Blackcomb Approach to Climate Change
IBIC/Tahltan Central Gov.
Indigenous - Industry Relations, from Good to Great
Forming Meaningful Relationships with First Nations and Indigenous Peoples: A Musqueam Perspective and Approach
True Blue Technologies, Inc.
Managing Complex Sites with High Resolution Characterization and Remediation
Lower Nicola Indian Band
First Nation Industrial Perspective: Environmental Management and Stewardship Regimes and Approaches