COMMERCE & ENGINEERING ENVIRONMENTAL CONFERENCE

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about
About Us

We are the Commerce & Engineering Environmental Conference held at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. As the premier undergraduate sustainability conference in Canada, we aim to expose delegates to the rapidly expanding and disruptive green industry, an area with substantial economic and social impact. CEEC explores the business opportunities and technology that will allow for the next generation of great companies to lead us into a world that is built upon renewable energy and other green innovation.

Theme: Eye of the Storm

The undeniable impact of climate change is upon us, yet the majority of offenders are not the majority affected. While extreme climate conditions continue to decimate crops and threaten to uproot populations, the relative calm around us has allowed our society to ignore the brewing storm. We are at the dead centre of a problem, but refuse to acknowledge it until it hits with full force. This attitude is not sustainable. In our 28th year, CEEC will spark discussion about how we tackle the environmental challenges ahead.

delegates

Delegates

Why Attend? CEEC delegates have the opportunity to interact with students across Canada with a shared interest in environmental sustainability. At CEEC, you will be immersed in a weekend of case competitions, networking sessions, speaker panels, workshops and socials, all designed to make the conference a truly exceptional and inspirational experience.

 
  • “I learned so many insightful things about the green industry and upcoming technologies….I’m so happy I attended and have definitely left with a new outlook on my academic, social, and professional development.”

    CEEC 2015 Delegate
  • “I really like how CEEC has delegates from many different faculties and schools. This creates a dynamic atmosphere and as a result I was able to learn from not only the speakers but from many of the delegates as well. ”

    CEEC 2015 Delegate
  • “This was probably one of the most inspiring weekends I have ever had. I think extending it to 3 days was a wise move and even then every day was packed! But honestly, best conference I’ve ever attended.”

    CEEC 2015 Delegate
 
speakers

Past Speakers

CEEC's speakers are leaders at the forefront of the green movement. The passion and expertise that speakers bring to the conference from their respective fields has engages and inspires future leaders in the sustainability industry. If you are interested in speaking at CEEC 2017, we would love to hear your story. Please get in touch with one of our Speakers Coordinators for more information.

Some of our past speakers:

Tzeporah Berman

Tzeporah Berman

Author, Professor & Activist

York University

John Cook

John Cook

President & CEO

Greenchip Financial Corporation

Kip Andersen

Kip Andersen

Film Director

Cowspiracy, What the Health

Nikita Lopoukhine

Nikita Lopoukhine

Chair

IUCN WCPA

John Brace

John Brace

CEO

Northland Power

Paul Dowsett

Paul Dowsett

Founding Principal Architect

Sustainable.TO

Elizabeth May

Elizabeth May

Leader

Green Party

Lloyd Switzer

Lloyd Switzer

Senior Vice President

TELUS Network Transformation

Tzeporah Berman

Tzeporah Berman

Author, Professor & Activist

York University

John Cook

John Cook

President & CEO

Greenchip Financial Corporation

Kip Andersen

Kip Andersen

Film Director

Cowspiracy, What the Health

Nikita Lopoukhine

Nikita Lopoukhine

Chair

IUCN WCPA

John Brace

John Brace

CEO

Northland Power

Paul Dowsett

Paul Dowsett

Founding Principal Architect

Sustainable.TO

Elizabeth May

Elizabeth May

Leader

Green Party

Lloyd Switzer

Lloyd Switzer

Senior Vice President

TELUS Network Transformation

partners

Partners

CEEC is committed to creating a customized, unique, and memorable experience catered to your organization’s needs that enriches our partners and delegates alike.

Interested in partnering with CEEC? Get in touch with us at info@ceec.ca

                           

 

 

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