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Future Tense: 2050 is just around the corner so it's time to get real

ABSTRACT:

Shell is famous for its scenarios and Clive will look at alternative futures for a world where population growth and urbanization are already testing the planet's natural resources. What are the implications for carbon emissions, climate change and international conflict? Who will be the winners and losers? This will be powerful and thought provoking, with an emphasis on the practical. If we are to take control of our future and mitigate the effects of climate change, which approaches and policy instruments are most likely to succeed? Are methodical, incremental improvements the way forward or commitment to game-changing solutions? Or some currently elusive combination of the two? Where should we look for commercial opportunities and above all what are the challenges for leadership – public and personal?"

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 CLIVE MATHER:

Clive Mather

Former, President and CEO, Shell Canada Ltd.

 

Clive Mather is the Chairman of Iogen Corporation, a leading Canadian developer of cellulosic biofuel technology and biochemical projects. It is delivering renewable and cost-effective fuels for today's cars and trucks. He is also the Chairman of Tearfund, the international Christian relief agency combating global poverty and injustice. In this role he is an ambassador for Tearfund around the world on humanitarian and environmental issues. Additionally, he is the Chairman of Shell’s Pension Funds in the UK, managing assets of approximately $22 billion. He also works with NGO’s and governments on both sides of the Atlantic on energy and environmental issues. He was a member of the Premier’s Council for Economic Strategy in Alberta from 2009 until 2012.

Clive previously worked as President & CEO of Shell Canada Limited. He took a high profile on environmental matters, presenting the business case for sustainable development through communications and example. An advocate of leadership for good and corporate social responsibility, he has held many public appointments in the UK, including Commissioner for the Equal Opportunities Commission, Chairman of the Government/Industry CSR Academy and Deputy Chairman of the Windsor Leadership Trust. He lectures on ethical issues around the world. He is a Companion of the Chartered Management Institute and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He lives in Guildford, UK with his wife Ann and 2 border collies.

 

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Located in the heart of downtown Edmonton, the Shaw Conference Centre overlooks the beautiful North Saskatchewan River Valley, the largest stretch of urban parkland in North America. Shaw is the premier Edmonton conference venue, with a location that provides access to over 2,000 downtown hotel rooms plus shopping, entertainment, dining and transportation.

The Shaw Conference Centre hosts approximately 650 Edmonton events each year, attracting over half a million visitors.

The Shaw Conference Centre is a partner in FRESH, an innovative program that supports conference and meeting planners in creating unique Edmonton experiences that are environmentally, socially and economically responsible.

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APRIL 15–17, 2014, AT THE SHAW CONFERENCE CENTRE

Lowering the world’s greenhouse gas emissions is not an easy task, but with the right minds in the right place, it can be done.

Held in Edmonton, Alta., the Zero 2014 Conference will address the goal of lowering our carbon impact by bringing together policy and clean-technology leaders from around the world. This three day conference will also feature presentations from the Climate Change and Emissions Management (CCEMC) Corporation Grand Challenge Round 1 Finalists.

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