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NEIA announces “Newleef 2013: Adapting to a Changing Environment”

The Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association (NEIA) has revealed the theme and agenda for its annual environmental sector conference.

Newleef 2013: Adapting to a Changing Environment, which is taking place on October 10-11 in St. John’s, will focus on how businesses in the environmental sector of Newfoundland and Labrador’s economy can adapt and grow through a changing climate, changing markets, changing regulations and processes, and changing technologies.

This year’s forum will include:

  • a keynote address from the RT. HON. JOE CLARK, former Prime Minister of Canada
  • a day and a half of presentations and interactive sessions for businesses, organizations, and individuals in the local green economy;
  • the “Green Showcase” trade exhibition which will feature contests, refreshments, and a peek into the vast array of business being done in Newfoundland and Labrador’s environmental sector;
  • a social at the Newman Wine Vaults featuring live entertainment, locally sourced food and beverages, and an extraordinary opportunity to network with others in the sector;
  • the chance to see first hand some of the exciting research being done in our province in the environmental field through rapid-fire presentations from researchers

More information and registration can be found on the Newleef website at http://neia.org/newleef-2013/register/.

NewLeef, which stands for the Newfoundland and Labrador Economy and the Environment Forum, is an annual conference aimed at building new relationships within the green economy in the province; strengthening existing ones; identifying business opportunities; energizing participants in the sector; and learning from one another.

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