Canadian Online Events (CoE) | Bio-Diversity Initiatives: Canadian Sea Turtle Network
Triple Bottom line principle - Planet, People & Profit has gained paramount importance now more than ever - thanks to pandemic!
Projects in the next millennium will soon start weaving in Sustainability KPIs as part of Success Measures.
Sustainability has a myriad of perspectives depending on the business verticals we are in.
Kathleen Martin, Executive Director of Canadian Sea Turtles Network (CSTN) will give us a flavor of what a true Sustainability initiative looks like from a Non-profit organization perspective.
Sea Turtles play a pivotal role in maintaining Marine life balance. CSTN is a charitable organization involving scientists, commercial fishermen, and coastal community members that works to conserve endangered sea turtles in Canadian waters and worldwide. The group won the 2007 Gold Canadian Environment Award for Conservation.
Let us experience a Sustainability initiative in its raw form and explore the project management aspects of it coming to play in terms of potentials and challenges.
- How to make project management processes sustainability-oriented?
- What objectives should project managers pursue to achieve this goal?
- How to bring sustainability as a change in different areas of project management, starting from procurement to risk management?
- Gain more insights into the unique traits of sea turtles and how they affect the biodiversity of Atlantic Canada.
6:30pm - 6:45pm | Opening Remarks and Introduction
6:45pm - 7:30pm | Presentation by Kathleen Martin
7:30pm - 7:50pm | Q&A
7:50pm - 8:00pm | Closing
(Subject to HST)
PMI Toronto Members (login prior to registering) - Free
Non-Members and Guests - $10.00
Kathleen is a founding member of the CSTN. She is interested in sea turtles and how communication affects conservation, as well as the link between conservation and economic development. She holds degrees in English literature from the University of Toronto (Hon. B.A. with Distinction) and Queen’s University (M.A.).
Kathleen has been an adjunct professor in Dalhousie University’s School for Resource and Environmental Studies and was a lecturer in the Fred C. Manning School of Business at Acadia University. She is an award-winning journalist, and the author of Kamakwie: Finding Peace, Love, and Injustice in Sierra Leone, as well as of seven nature books for children, including Sturdy Turtles and Floating Jellyfish.
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