CCE has been rescheduled to May 18-19, 2022
May 18-19, 2022 | The International Centre, Toronto, Canada
Title Sponsor: Procore Master Builders Solutions
Conference Sessions

Building the Sustainable, Zero-Net Carbon World of Tomorrow

Date & Time: Wednesday May 18, 2022
1:15 pm
Duration: 50 minutes
Location: Phoenix Room A
Registration: $50 + tax

Concrete is an indispensable building material, in fact twice as much concrete is used each year than all other building materials combined – only water is used in greater volume!  For every woman, man and child, three tonnes of concrete is produced each year.  Concrete is ubiquitous, from our homes, schools and hospitals to our dams, wastewater treatment facilities, highways, bridges, and transit ways, concrete is an essential part of our daily lives. Decarbonizing cement and concrete is therefore crucial in the fight against climate change.

The Cement Association of Canada will be hosting a panel on Building the Sustainable, Zero-Net Carbon World of Tomorrow, to discuss how the industry is supporting strong action on climate change and advancing the policy and market solutions needed to reach net-zero concrete by 2050. Join us and be part of the solution.

Presented by:
Michael McSweeney
Michael McSweeney , Former President and CEO, Cement Association of Canada
Michael held the position of President & CEO since 2010. Over his 30 years working in both the private and public sector, he has acquired significant experience in the environment and climate change arena, serving on the Ontario Climate Action Group and co-chairing the Alberta stakeholder panel on climate change.
Jolene McLaughlin
Jolene McLaughlin, Director, Corporate Sustainability, EllisDon Corporation
Jolene has spent more than 12 years driving sustainability initiatives across various segments of the built environment. In her role she works to build partnerships across the industry that support carbon emissions reductions throughout the value chain, from the materials used, to onsite processes and operational energy of buildings.
Sarah Petrevan
Sarah Petrevan , Director of Sustainability, Cement Association of Canada
Sarah works to advance policies and programs that help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while creating jobs and a strong economy. With more than a decade and a half of experience, Sarah is known for her collaborative approach with industry and business leaders to advocate for policy change.
Charles Thibault
Charles Thibault , Commercial Performance & Marketing Manager, Lafarge Canada
Charles has been in the Construction Industry for more than 22 years. He is a strong actor in Sustainable Product Development and Strategy for the Group.
Sponsored by:
Cement Association of Canada CAC