The Conference Board of Canada advances our understanding of how to achieve sustainable economic growth. Our work examines how changes in our energy systems, built environment, mobility, and government policies can allow Canada to achieve its economic, quality of life, and environmental objectives.
Babatunde (Tunde) Olateju is the Associate Director in the Sustainability Knowledge Area. His research at the Board informs Canada’s path toward carbon-neutrality and a circular economy.
Perspectives From the Circular Plastics Economy Forum
October 7, 2022
The Conference Board of Canada’s Circular Plastics Economy Forum gathered 186 stakeholders in Canada’s plastics economy to unpack consequential issues in investment attraction, recycled content, sustainable finance, and circular business models. These findings are informed by the forum dialogue.
8-min read • Online experience
This online experience looks at the recycled plastics in Canada and addresses what policies, markets,…
Canada’s industrial, commercial, and institutional (ICI) sector generates the most plastic waste but recycles the…
Le secteur industriel, commercial et industriel (ICI) canadien est celui qui produit le plus de…
Chemical recycling is an important pillar of plastic innovation. Firms in Canada, the United States,…
Le recyclage chimique est un pilier important de l’innovation dans le domaine des plastiques. Des…
Document Highlights Canada is committed to a life-cycle approach in eliminating plastic pollution—from production to…
Knowledge Area Highlights
Custom Sustainability Research
Investigate energy, climate change, and the environment with short and large scale projects.
Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Council
Join solution-based conversations that will help you develop, improve, and deliver effective corporate responsibility and sustainability strategies and programs.