The 2016 Pollution Probe Gala - Generation Now
At the Pollution Probe Gala, you’ll join hundreds of leaders from business, government and civil society who are the key influencers and decision makers within the climate and sustainability conversation. And this year, you’ll meet ‘Generation Now’, a new generation of environmental trailblazers, the essential new players on the pathway to a healthier planet.
Join us at the Royal York Hotel on November 22nd, where we’re bridging boundaries between established and emerging leaders to create an atmosphere which fosters the most innovative, collaborative and transformative solutions to our most pressing challenges and greatest market opportunities.
The Gala consists of three integrated events:
Youth & Innovation Forum
The Youth & Innovation Forum, a private, invitation-only event designed to facilitate a cross-generational dialogue that tackles innovative technological and social solutions to address climate change. The Forum will connect established business and political leaders with innovative young trailblazers from across Canada in a unique, intimate environment.
Networking Reception & "Innovation Alley"
The Gala evening will open with a networking reception and this year’s exhibition showcase “Innovation Alley”. A highlight of the evening, this interactive exhibition space offers Presenting and Gold sponsors the opportunity to showcase their youth engagement through innovative products, services and technologies to hundreds of environmental professionals and sustainability business leaders.
The evening continues with the Gala Dinner. You’ll hear from inspiring youth leaders who bring optimism and innovation to the conversation around disruptive solutions to climate change. The dinner will feature the presentation of the annual Pollution Probe Award. This annual networking event is an essential relationship building opportunity for established and emerging leaders alike.
The Pollution Probe Award
The Pollution Probe Award presentation is a Gala dinner highlight. The award celebrates extraordinary achievement by individuals or organizations working toward positive, tangible environmental change and exemplifying in their work the values espoused by Pollution Probe.
This year’s award will honour an outstanding young winner who is making an impact in the climate and sustainability conversation. Stay tuned!
2016 Pollution Probe Award Recipient will be announced soon! Please stay tuned!
Committed to Community
Medicine Hat, represented by Jaime Rogers, Manager, Medicine Hat Community Housing Society
Dokis First Nation, represented by Chief Denise Restoule
Astronaut and former Commander of the International Space Station, Colonel Chris Hadfield
Leaders in Learning
Renowned author, journalist and columnist, Jeffrey Simpson
Catalysts of Innovation
His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada