The Clean50 award recognizes sustainability leaders across Canada and their roles in advancing the low-carbon, clean economy. Laura was recognized for her leadership as a thought leader, lawyer and consultant focused on climate change-related risks and opportunities, and promoting climate-readiness within corporate Canada. Joanna was recognized as one of the ten “Emerging Leaders”.
“To receive a Clean50 award is truly indicative of both industry and personal leadership in sustainability and clean capitalism”, said Gavin Pitchford, CEO of award organizer Delta Management Group. “Honourees are those that have demonstrated actual measurable accomplishments, innovation, collaboration with other organizations and the power to inspire other Canadians to take similar action.”
To learn more about the award and the 2017 winners, please visit www.clean50.com.