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A global shift is underway ​

As the global marketplace shifts away from a linear take-make-dispose model, businesses, policymakers and others are taking bold steps to mainstream and scale disruptive ideas, new business models, enabling technologies and more.

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Market Development Manager, Packaging, BASF MiddletonMarket Development Manager, Packaging, BASF<div class="ExternalClass52A81DE9895C4831AC18FE9A40602418"><p>Keith is an experienced packaging industry professional with a 20-year history in Packaging Sales, Manufacturing, Global Sourcing and Marketing.  In his current Marketing role, Keith leads the Packaging Industry Team for BASF in North America.  In this role, he leads a cross business unit team of professionals that are focused on bringing sustainable packaging solutions to market for Fortune 500 companies throughout the Americas region.  He started at BASF in 2006 in Packaging Procurement, where he worked with BASF business units to source and better package BASF products.  He then moved into Raw Material Procurement where he handled products such as amines, glycols, acids and Isobutylbenzene. </p><p>Over the course of his career, he has worked for a number of different industry leading organizations including Amersham Biosciences and GE Healthcare. </p><p>Keith received his education from the Rochester Institute of Technology where he received his Bachelor of Science in Packaging Science/ Design.</p> </div>,|#265ad927-82d0-4620-91e1-baf5d30e297b;L0|#0265ad927-82d0-4620-91e1-baf5d30e297b|Keith Middleton;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7b<div class="ExternalClass58A56A8B7991465E99353D4FBCCDA21B"><p>​<span><span>... focused on bringing sustainable packaging solutions to market...</span></span></p></div>Materials Innovation
Chair, Metro Vancouver Zero Waste Committee and Chair, National Zero Waste Council BrodieChair, Metro Vancouver Zero Waste Committee and Chair, National Zero Waste Council <div class="ExternalClassAF2BE357DF444964A033DB82F955AB8A"><p>Malcolm Brodie has been a Board Director and Chair of the National Zero Waste Council since its inception in October 2013.  He has also been a member of Council for the City of Richmond since 1996, and following a by-election, he was sworn in as Mayor on October 29, 2001.  Mayor Brodie was re-elected on November 16, 2002, November 19, 2005, November 15, 2008, November 19, 2011, and November 15, 2014.</p><p>Malcolm Brodie has been appointed by his Council to the Board of Directors of Metro Vancouver and he currently is the Chair of the Zero Waste Committee and also serves on the Intergovernmental & Finance Committee, the Mayors' Committee, the Performance & Procurement Committee, and the Federal Gas Tax Task Force.  He represents Metro Vancouver on the Municipal Finance Authority, and in 2015, was elected as Chair.  </p><p>Before election to Council, Mayor Brodie was a practicing lawyer and had a long record of service to Richmond in the volunteer community.</p></div>, PictureGP0|#a50a5fee-c646-457d-ab0b-cb453474d871;L0|#0a50a5fee-c646-457d-ab0b-cb453474d871|Malcolm Brodie;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7bHost
Author, The Waste Not, Want Not Cookbook ChavichAuthor, The Waste Not, Want Not Cookbook<div class="ExternalClass3CA206A746EC420BB85BC3CBE674911A"><p>​Cinda Chavich is a freelance food writer and the author of six cookbooks includingThe Girl Can't Cook, The Guy Can't Cook and The Waste Not, Want Not Cookbook. She is a strong believer in sustainable, local foods and ecotourism, and champions cooking with what you have. Find out more <a href="">@TasteReporter</a>.</p></div>,|#b48b21e0-9b51-4ca6-a24f-f91be80c2e95;L0|#0b48b21e0-9b51-4ca6-a24f-f91be80c2e95|Cinda Chavich;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7bFood Waste & the Consumer
Journalist, Radio Host and Producer GretsingerJournalist, Radio Host and Producer<div class="ExternalClassBB0D2899E2F24D0BB53417738E74CF08"><p>​Kathryn Gretsinger is a Vancouver journalist. She has worked for CBC Radio as a host, producer and writer/broadcaster. Kathryn also works as an Adjunct Professor at the UBC Graduate School of Journalism. She coaches and trains reporters, producers and journalists working in radio, television, print and online. Her interest in mental health/social issues stretches back to the early days of her career. She is committed to covering the issues in a way that challenges stereotypes and helps to create understanding.</p></div>,|#19579f00-652e-4265-ad38-0fbfaf45200e;L0|#019579f00-652e-4265-ad38-0fbfaf45200e|Kathryn Gretsinger;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7bMade in Canada
CEO, Federation of Canadian Municipalities CarltonCEO, Federation of Canadian Municipalities<div class="ExternalClass32419B145B574F9BA29938F7B18C9399"><p> FCM’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Brock Carlton, has a commitment to strong municipal government and believes that a national association of municipal government is critical in any nation’s governance and development. </p><p> Since joining FCM 20 years ago, Mr. Carlton has established himself as a leader on municipal issues domestically and internationally. He managed ideas, resources and opportunities to build FCM’s global program that focuses on strengthening municipal government, local governance and enhancing policy frameworks toward local sustainability. </p><p> He represented Canada on the OECD Urban Municipal Development Secretariat’s Sustainable Cities Working Group in the early 1990s. He was a faculty member of the Local Government Leadership Institute at the Banff School of Management, and the Cambridge University Business and Environment Seminar, delivered for national government leaders in Wales. Mr. Carlton currently sits on the Leadership Council for Carleton University’s School of Public Policy and Administration. He currently sits on the Board of Directors for United Way Ottawa and is a founding member of the new Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness. He is also leading an initiative for sustainable living in Ottawa West to bring a Bike Share program to his community. </p><p> While pursuing his undergraduate degree, he was captain of the men’s intercollegiate basketball team at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ont. He has lived and worked in Kenya, China and Namibia, and has a master’s degree in International Affairs from the Norman Patterson School at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario. </p></div>,|#16f85719-0e45-45a2-91c0-04434f3fcb6b;L0|#016f85719-0e45-45a2-91c0-04434f3fcb6b|Brock Carlton;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7b<div class="ExternalClassF5951D963808481DBC52A09FF65CEC78"><p>​..<span><span> a leader on municipal issues domestically and internationally...</span></span></p></div>Business Case for Zero Waste
Director, Cities and Tools, Circle Economy (the Netherlands) KrukDirector, Cities and Tools, Circle Economy (the Netherlands) <div class="ExternalClass433C9CD1FAA849C5BC73DB8A27BE8029"><p>A change manager that specializes in the circular economy, Klaske Kruk leads the Cities Programme at Circle Economy – a member-based cooperative in the Netherlands that creates industrial systems that are restorative by design - decoupling growth and resource needs.  In this capacity, Klaske leads the Amsterdam project and is the Programme Manager for the tooling team, currently working on the digitisation of a new business model assessment tool (Assessing Circular Trade-offs or ACT), the Circularity Assessment Tool (CAT) and the Circulator (an online marketplace for waste streams).  Klaske has many years of experience working with different corporations – leading sustainable business programs and working in the area of international sustainability and development aid. Klaske strongly believes that the circular economy provides the answer for our challenges ahead - presenting us with sustainable business models and smart innovations (e.g. biomimicry) that will create jobs. Klaske wants to development useful concepts to improve the world in a creative and tangible way.</p><br></div>,|#5ed202e9-22f6-4250-92c6-769734cdfc8d;L0|#05ed202e9-22f6-4250-92c6-769734cdfc8d|Klaske Kruk;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7bCircular Economy
Director, Metro Vancouver Board of Directors MussattoDirector, Metro Vancouver Board of Directors<div class="ExternalClassEAD9124FCBDD4CCEBF39A6A1A9EE607A"><p>Darrell Mussatto is serving his fourth term as Mayor of the City of North Vancouver following four terms as Councillor. He is active at the regional level serving on numerous boards and committees, including as chair of the Community Energy Association and Metro Vancouver Utilities Committee.</p><div class="ExternalClass50D8B63AF0CE4544AE824B035543D64C"><p>Mayor Mussatto’s priority issues are sustainability, affordability and homelessness. He is passionate about making the City a place where the benefits of growth are shared by all. He is committed to lowering the City’s carbon footprint by promoting active transportation, reducing energy use, improving our liquid and solid waste management, supporting urban gardening and expanding the award winning Lonsdale Energy Corporation.</p></div></div>,|#baa03126-1611-4167-b4d7-76d8b16e0d06;L0|#0baa03126-1611-4167-b4d7-76d8b16e0d06|Darrell Mussatto;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7bFood Waste & the Consumer
Councillor, City of Toronto LaytonCouncillor, City of Toronto<div class="ExternalClassDA5B52915E744C81920D76E56EAA570C">Before being elected on October 25, 2010 to serve as one of Toronto’s youngest Councillors, Mike worked for political change from the other side of the table, as an environmental leader and community organizer. As Deputy Outreach Director for Environmental Defence, one of Canada’s leading environmental groups, he championed a variety of successful initiatives including the Green Energy and Green Economy Act, green building standards, water conservation and source water protection. Mike holds a LEEDs Accreditation (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), in addition to earning a Masters in Environmental Studies, with a focus on citizen participation in urban planning. These qualifications followed his BA in Political Science and Environmental Management</div>, Mike LaytonGP0|#13697c69-2ece-4599-92b2-82b3c3051fb1;L0|#013697c69-2ece-4599-92b2-82b3c3051fb1|Mike Layton;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7b<div class="ExternalClass083153D8492B47A19758682F5E1DF6A8"><p>...championed a variety of successful sustainability initiatives...</p></div>Opening Remarks
Founder of Feedback & a National Geographic Emerging Explorer StuartFounder of Feedback & a National Geographic Emerging Explorer<div class="ExternalClassB49EFD4F018A4AEE9DA1FEC7C61D3506"><p>​Following the critical success of his first book, The Bloodless Revolution (2006), and his international prize-winning book, Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal (Penguin, 2009), Tristram Stuart founded the environmental charity Feedback, which works to improve the environmental and social impact of food production.   Tristram has been awarded the international environmental award, The Sophie Prize, and an Observer Food Monthly Award; he is an Ashoka Fellow, a National Geographic Emerging Explorer and a WEF Young Global Leader; his TED talk has been watched over a million times. Tristram has been instrumental in creating a global movement against food waste through his public campaigning, writing, speaking, engagement with governments and businesses, and via the extensive grassroots mobilization of Feedback, which governs the Feeding the 5000 campaigns, The Gleaning Network  and The Pig Idea.</p></div>,|#4c49d2a3-e524-4ca2-b041-f6abb56c3516;L0|#04c49d2a3-e524-4ca2-b041-f6abb56c3516|Tristram Stuart;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7b<div class="ExternalClass4C56FDAEEE6B4BFCBB4AB80D36E28394"><p>​<span><span>... instrumental in creating a global movement against food waste...</span></span></p></div>SPARK Talk
Chair, Metro Vancouver Board of Directors MooreChair, Metro Vancouver Board of Directors<div class="ExternalClassAE39A2A96D9F4DB09AB67728CFC555CE"><p>Greg Moore was elected as Port Coquitlam’s 15th Mayor in 2008, after serving as City Councillor from 2002 to 2008. Greg Moore believes community engagement results in better Council decisions, and began his term by revising Council’s committee system – with Council’s consent – to include citizen advisors in the decision-making process. </p><p>He has a Masters of Business Administration and Bachelor of Urban Geography/Planning, and as Port Coquitlam’s Mayor he serves as Chair of the Metro Vancouver Board of Directors and Vice Chair of the Intergovernmental Committee, among other committee appointments. His volunteer work includes co-chairing the Capital Fundraising Task Force with the New View Society and sitting on the HR MacMillan Space Centre Board of Directors.</p></div>,|#bf7da5bb-09ce-4d10-ae30-4240f29b81f5;L0|#0bf7da5bb-09ce-4d10-ae30-4240f29b81f5|Greg Moore;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7bMade in Canada
Co-founder/CEO of Stuffstr AtchesonCo-founder/CEO of Stuffstr<div class="ExternalClass02935E2F117F40549F9918309B13DEF1"><p>John Atcheson is co-founder/CEO of Stuffstr, a public benefit corporation (B Corp) dedicated to reducing waste by maximizing the lifetime value of goods. Stuffstr is a member of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Circular Economy 100 – a global platform of leading corporations, startups, and governments dedicated to accelerating the transition to a circular economy. Prior to Stuffstr, John helped to launch Getaround, a pioneering leader in peer-to-peer car sharing.<br> <br> Prior to Getaround, John served as founder/CEO of several media-related startups, including MusicNet, the first interactive music service. John also served as VP/GM of Media Publishing at RealNetworks (RNWK), where he helped to introduce audio and video to the Web, and on the early executive teams of both Digidesign (now part of Avid) and Macromind (now part of Adobe). In addition, John has served as board chair of Sightline Institute, a leading sustainability think-tank based in Seattle.    <br></p></div>,|#04b6d971-344c-4312-9ae5-19c3a397648c;L0|#004b6d971-344c-4312-9ae5-19c3a397648c|John Atcheson;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7b<div class="ExternalClassD603F771BE8A4AB89F6F710EC0E11095"><p>​<span><span>...dedicated to reducing waste by maximizing the lifetime value of goods...</span></span></p></div>Sharing Economies
CEO, Ponder; leader in Vancouver’s collaborative economy DiplockCEO, Ponder; leader in Vancouver’s collaborative economy<div class="ExternalClass4ABCD4EDF8A04CFD829786CC4C792035"><p>​Chris Diplock is a leader in Vancouver's collaborative economy. Founder of the Vancouver Tool Library and Lead Researcher with the Sharing Project, Chris is working with organizations in Vancouver to develop the local collaborative economy. Chris is the Owner and Lead Researcher of <a href="" target="_blank">Ponder</a>, a Vancouver based community research company. </p></div>,|#0f59eb30-d8da-4c26-9ab4-8cf68d4da98d;L0|#00f59eb30-d8da-4c26-9ab4-8cf68d4da98d|Chris Diplock;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7b<div class="ExternalClassBE41AAAE251047808C556B999A82561B"><p>​...<span><span> a leader in Vancouver's collaborative economy...</span></span></p></div>Sharing Economies
Policy Director, Mowat Centre, University of Toronto JohalPolicy Director, Mowat Centre, University of Toronto<div class="ExternalClass02DDA4183C4A426AA30FAB920A938AF0"><p>​Sunil oversees the Mowat Centre's research agenda and manages the Centre's research team. He is frequently invited to speak about technology and policy issues at conferences and in a variety of media outlets, including the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, CBC Radio and Television, CTV News, the Guardian, Maclean's and the Ottawa Citizen.</p><p>Previously, he was a Director with the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development and Innovation and has also held senior management and policy roles with the Cabinet Office, Ministries of Finance and Intergovernmental Affairs and federal Treasury Board Secretariat. He joined the federal civil service through the Recruitment of Policy Leaders initiative in 2003. He holds degrees from the London School of Economics, Osgoode Hall Law School and the University of Western Ontario.<br> </p></div>|#38ce9700-4ee4-4305-8c68-7e739bcdf2ab;L0|#038ce9700-4ee4-4305-8c68-7e739bcdf2ab|Sunil Johal;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7bSPARK Talk
Manager, Global Materials Chemistry Strategy & Practice, Steelcase AyersManager, Global Materials Chemistry Strategy & Practice, Steelcase<div class="ExternalClassAAABC8AB97B54D18A9970E5AE037133B"><p>Tammy Ayers is the Manager, Global Materials Chemistry Strategy & Practice at Steelcase. Tammy leads a cross-company effort to ensure the integration of the materials chemistry platform; establishing management strategies for understanding the human and environmental impacts of product and process materials. Tammy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Leadership from Davenport University, a Lean certification from the University Of Michigan College Of Engineering, and is a Certified Performance Technologist, issued by ISPI. She participated in the UC Berkeley Essentials of Green Chemistry curriculum, served on the board of advisors of the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute, and a former core committee member of the Health Product Declaration Manufacturing Advisory Board. She and her team received the 2014 Green Chemistry & Commerce Council’s Champions award; she was the 2015 recipient of WMEAC’s Women of Inspiration award and volunteers with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.</p></div>, Tammy AyersGP0|#e9abe22f-0809-40c5-a8f3-314add12af5f;L0|#0e9abe22f-0809-40c5-a8f3-314add12af5f|Tammy Ayers;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7b<div class="ExternalClassBA89A98C8A294B7C95A631629FEF4102"><p>​...<span><span>establishing management strategies for understanding the human and environmental impacts of product and process materials.</span></span>...</p></div>Business Case for Zero Waste
CEO, Value Chain Management International GoochCEO, Value Chain Management International <div class="ExternalClass8D18841ADEB342C4B4BF028A58DD776B"><p>​Dr. Martin Gooch is co-founder and CEO of Value Chain Management International (VCMI), a global consulting company which helps businesses, primarily in the agricultural and food industry, enhance their long-term profitability and environmental sustainability. Martin has considerable international experience developing commercially successful value chain initiatives that have received domestic and international acclaim. Food waste reduction projects currently being facilitated by the VCMI team are occurring in North America, Africa, Caribbean and Asia. </p><p>A decade of analyzing businesses and value chains to identify where food and related waste occurs and why, and developing relationships with international initiatives designed to enable businesses to profit from reducing food waste, led to the establishment in 2012 of the Cut Waste, GROW PROFIT™ initiative.   </p><p>Martin holds a PhD in agri-business and a Master's degree in agri-food management, and is Adjunct Professor at the College of Business and Economics, University of Guelph. </p></div>, Martin GoochGP0|#e508b9a7-89ed-4a16-8e25-0b56d1f94bf9;L0|#0e508b9a7-89ed-4a16-8e25-0b56d1f94bf9|Martin Gooch;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7b<div class="ExternalClassBECA48466FFC4C1D8721FA5B1FBA97AF"><p>​...helping businesses enhance their long-term profitability and environmental sustainability...</p></div>Food Supply Waste
Sustainability Manager, Nature's Path Foods BoyceSustainability Manager, Nature's Path Foods<div class="ExternalClassD14EAFF1F30D4D1AB1974DA51D1CF6D1"><p>​Jason is the Sustainability Manager with Nature’s Path Foods, a leader in the organic food sector for over 25 years. Jason has more than 10 years of experience with sustainable food systems, and at Nature’s Path Foods he leads the efforts to achieve its ambitious sustainability goals such as Zero Waste 2015 and Climate Neutral 2020. Along with the Director of HR and Sustainability, he is responsible for the development of strategies to achieve Nature’s Path resource reduction targets, developing team member training and engagement in sustainability, and corporate charitable giving programs. Jason also supports Nature’s Path sustainability culture through volunteering, leading employee committees and participating in events that promote a sustainable lifestyle. Jason obtained his MBA in Sustainable Business from the Bainbridge Graduate Institute in 2008.</p></div>, Jason BoyceGP0|#99d7e126-42c1-489a-85ec-1f2859872101;L0|#099d7e126-42c1-489a-85ec-1f2859872101|Jason Boyce;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7b<div class="ExternalClass374E86481AD548C28E0561F626C5D7FA"><p>​<span>...leads efforts to achieve ambitious sustainability goals such as Zero Waste 2015 and Climate Neutral 2020...</span></p></div>Business Case for Zero Waste
Senior VP, Corporate Affairs & Communication, Loblaws ChantSenior VP, Corporate Affairs & Communication, Loblaws<div class="ExternalClass0F8EF244FA5747F085634A5BF7EBA23F"><p>​Bob is responsible for managing the corporate face of Loblaw including corporate social responsibility, public relations, government and industry relations, and communication to the company’s 192,000 colleagues and franchise employees.</p><p>For its leadership in the areas of waste reduction, health and nutrition, and sustainable sourcing, Loblaw has been recognized as one of Canada’s Greenest Employers and Canada’s 50 Most Responsible Corporations the past two years. In addition, through the establishment of the Loblaw Companies Limited Chair in Sustainable Food Production at the University of Guelph and the Conference Board of Canada’s Centre for Food in Canada, Loblaw is contributing to the development of a sustainable national food strategy. </p><p>Prior to joining Loblaw, Bob worked as Senior Associate with Hill & Knowlton Canada, and as Director of Corporate Affairs with Labatt Brewery Company. He has also served as Chief of Staff to the Ontario Opposition Leader and as Senior Advisor to the Prime Minister of Canada and the Premier of Ontario. Bob serves on the Management Board of Loblaw Companies Limited and is a director of Stewardship Ontario and the newly-formed Canadian Stewardship Services Alliance.</p></div>, Bob ChantGP0|#53faeb0d-63a0-4a8e-97a0-f3e505e11b07;L0|#053faeb0d-63a0-4a8e-97a0-f3e505e11b07|Bob Chant;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7b<div class="ExternalClassE60145EAC8314C3DA3657A31A948ED77"><p>​... contributing to the development of a sustainable national food strategy...</p></div>Food Supply Waste
Film Producer RustemeyerFilm Producer<div class="ExternalClass6658530AA2E04ADC948C9A5BCD98BF13"><p>​Jenny is a Leo Award-winning producer with Peg Leg Films, a tiny production company that makes socially conscious films to inspire big personal action. Her documentaries have appeared on Superchannel, The Knowledge Network, and MSNBC. Beyond film production Jenny engages audiences at a grassroots level; over the past five years she has coordinated hundreds of community screenings and public events including a self-supported, 30-city, cross-Canada film tour by bicycle. A dedicated zero-waster, Jen has spoken around the world on the topics of waste reduction and food waste and is one of Western Living’s 2015 Foodies of the Year. When she's not in front of or behind the camera, Jen can be found bicycling, recycling and making things from scratch. </p></div>, Jen RustemeyerGP0|#e3b2e22c-7901-473f-bd64-4b8145a5eb71;L0|#0e3b2e22c-7901-473f-bd64-4b8145a5eb71|Jen Rustemeyer;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7b<div class="ExternalClass08620D089A684A399E4E56461A269DC9"><p>​..making socially conscious films to inspire big personal action...</p></div>Food Waste & the Consumer
Manager of Sustainability, Walmart Canada TelferManager of Sustainability, Walmart Canada<div class="ExternalClassD1FA254ED5A64133AFBD3BDF2AD177A8"><p>Andrew currently leads the sustainability efforts for Walmart’s Canadian market, and is a member of the company’s global-sustainability-leaders team. He co-led Walmart’s world-wide waste-diversion group from 2011 to 2013.</p><p>Andrew’s career spans 18 years in the retail and consumer-goods industries. He joined Walmart Canada in 2005. Prior to Walmart, Andrew held a range of sales and category management positions with General Mills Canada and The Nielsen Company of Canada.</p><p>He is a sought-after speaker on the topic of retail sustainability, and is involved in mentorship programs at the Telfer School of Management, the Schulich School of Business and the Ivey School of Business.</p><p>Andrew is an active member of the Retail Council of Canada’s sustainability-steering committee.</p><p>He holds a degree in Geography from the University of British Columbia.</p></div>, Andrew TelferGP0|#2208e627-17ae-4a82-8a5d-658104177059;L0|#02208e627-17ae-4a82-8a5d-658104177059|Andrew Telfer;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7b<div class="ExternalClass9E9281DB30C84385A612174CC5D688CD"><p>​...leads the sustainability efforts for Walmart’s Canadian market...</p></div>Food Supply Waste
Councillor, City of Toronto, Ward 33 Don Valley East CarrollCouncillor, City of Toronto, Ward 33 Don Valley East<div class="ExternalClass7152270F2C7C406498291D422C317E90">​Elected in 2003, Shelley committed to creating a more inclusive and equitable city — one that is economically sustainable and environmentally friendly. In her first term, she worked as a member of the Budget Committee to make City Hall more efficient, finding over $200 million in savings while protecting essential services. She served as Chair of the Works Committee, which deals with Toronto's most pressing issues like garbage, recycling, water, sewers and roads. In 2006, Shelley became Toronto's Budget Chief, managing the City's $9.2 billion budget, and achieved $576 million in ongoing operating efficiencies over 4 years.<br><br>Shelley has been a Don Valley East resident since 1967, where she lives with her family. She was involved in her community long before becoming an official public servant, working with parents and teachers of the North York Parent Assembly for a better education system.<br><br></div>,|#9bb2721d-0117-4523-9597-4b21767b4a9a;L0|#09bb2721d-0117-4523-9597-4b21767b4a9a|Shelley Carroll;GTSet|#c31bcefc-bba8-4775-8a91-82f54b19d6e1;GPP|#ea902729-61f1-408c-8103-72cacb675a7bMade in Canada

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