November 22, 2022

In Canada and around the world, there are many examples of progress being made to tackle issues like climate change, clean energy, transportation decarbonization and plastic pollution. We still have a long way to go, however, on our journey to a net-zero, circular economy and a greener future. In this era of disruption and rapid change, how can Canada position itself to address emerging challenges and leverage opportunities for continual environmental gains?  

Our 2022 Gala & Conference will offer participants a chance to reflect on environmental achievements and challenges over the past year and how we can keep environmental issues at the forefront of everyone’s agendas. 

We are pleased to announce that our 2022 Sponsorship Opportunities package is now available, check out the link below to find out the many ways you can support and participate in this year’s gala and conference. 

Should the event not be able to proceed in 2022, sponsorship are eligible for a refund or can be converted to a charitable donation to Pollution Probe. 

The Pollution Probe Award Recent Winners

A highlight of our annual gala is the Pollution Probe Award, which celebrates the extraordinary achievements of individuals or organizations working toward positive, tangible environmental change. Stay tuned for more updates about our new contestants and check out our past winners. 

naila award

2021 Pollution Probe Award

Nalia Moloo
Nanotechnology Innovator and Writer

Larissa Pollution Probe Award

2020 Pollution Probe Award

Larissa Crawford
Founder and Managing Director, Future Ancestors Services

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2019 Environmental Leadership Award

The Right Honourable M. Brian Mulroney
18th Prime Minister of Canada

Gala Archives

2021 Virtual Conference & Gala

Click here for the official Conference report, information on our panelists, sponsors and 2021 Award Winner, and a gallery of event photos

2020 Virtual Conference & Gala

Click here for the official Conference report, information on our panelists, sponsors and 2020 Award Winner, and recordings of the panel discussions