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October 22, 2013 - Corporation of the County of Lambton

Green Chaos: breaking through the confusion of how to go green

This presentation is for the staff of the County of Lambton, who have taken a number of steps to reduce their impacts on the environment. The event is hosted by the Going Green committee at the Holiday Inn in Sarnia, Ontario.

November 16, 2011 - Retail Energy & Sustainability Symposium

Integrating Conservation into the Organizational Culture

This Retail Council of Canada Symposium serves retail environment professionals across Canada and focuses on all environmental aspects, including energy and sustainability, within the retail industry.

Scott is a panellist for the Integrating Conservation into the Organizational Culture discussion, which is focussed on answering the question of "How you can successfully foster the culture of conservation within your organization?"

2 - 3 PM
Register online at the Retail Council of Canada or call 1-888-373-8245

April 28, 2011 - Whitby Public Library

Green Chaos: breaking through the confusion of how to go green

The push to go green is coming at us from all sides, but itís difficult to know where to begin. Scott Bennett breaks through the chaos using a simplified framework to help you focus on making changes that have the highest impact. This presentation provides green-action steps for all areas of living including transportation, heating and cooling, electricity, food, and the products and services you use every day.

7 - 9 PM
Register online at the Whitby Public Library website or call 905-668-1886

"He is clear, concise, to the point and brilliant answering questions and clarifying things. I enjoy working with him, and highly recommend him." - Judy McIntyre, Manager, McIntyre & Associates

"Your talk was very informative and your passion for the environment was inspiring." - Diane

"Very valuable. Shows importance of going green." - Jim Carrigan

"This is a story that needs to be told again and again."

"The awareness of the carbon footprint allows me to consider alternatives."