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The Circular Bioeconomy: A Collaborative Path to Net Zero
The vital role of the bioeconomy in realizing Canada’s net zero aspirations will be explored in the virtual 2021 Canadian Bioeconomy Conference and Exhibition, which will be held on June 22 and 23 from 8am to 11am (pacific time) both days. Rob van Adrichem
Registration is now open for the conference. Click Enter Virtual Platform to get started at www.bioeconomyconference.com. Presented by Inland and Case Construction, it is the first Canadian Bioeconomy Conference to be fully digital and FREE to delegates.

“I can’t thank our sponsors enough for their support of our conference and it’s only because of their support that we’re able to provide free registration,” says Rob van Adrichem, Chair of the volunteer Board that presents the Canadian Bioeconomy Conference and Exhibition. “By reducing any barrier to participation, we hope that many people from across Canada and around the world will join with us virtually and explore the critical roles of the circular bioeconomy in economic development, social prosperity, and environmental sustainability.”

First held in 2004 and subsequently every second year in Prince George, BC, the Canadian Bioeconomy Conference and Exhibition is the longest-running and largest event of its kind in Canada. First conceived with a focus on bioenergy, the conference now explores the full value chain of the forest-based bioeconomy, from the sustainability of forests through to materials, chemicals, and energy.

Mark Little, President & CEO – Suncor Energy Inc.
Niklas von Weymarn, CEO – Metsä Spring
Hon. Seamus O’Regan, Minister of Natural Resources Canada
Host: Derek Nighbor, President & CEO, Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC)
Hon. Katrine Conroy
Minister of Forest, Lands, Natural Resource Opportunities and Rural Development

Hon. Bruce Ralston
Minister of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation Government of British Columbia

Hon. Ravi Kahlon
Minister of Jobs, Economic Recovery and Innovation
Community-based Bioeconomy initiatives, the role of forests in carbon and climate, and policy, programs, and partnerships.

Special thank you to our virtual platform partner Northern Development Initiative Trust and our premium session and registration sponsor Sinclar Group.

Register today and explore the platform in advance of the conference to hear welcome videos, check out bioeconomy tours and learn about industry leading services and products with our partners and sponsors.

Visit www.bioeconomyconference.com to register and learn more.
To become a sponsor, or for more information, please contact:

Anne Turner, Project Manager
Canadian Bioeconomy Conference & Exhibition
CSR Management

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