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CPECN Process & Automation Show to feature keynote speaker and complimentary hot breakfast!

Andrew Snook   

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Don Fusco, Regional Director, Ontario and Corporate Secretary for the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada. Photo: CIAC.

The transition to net zero carbon emissions for Canada’s chemistry and plastics sector is both a challenge and opportunity that requires co-ordination between government, industry and communities. Achieving success requires multiple tools and policy levers supported by competitive tax and investment incentives. It’s a question of investment and capital attraction policies as much as a question of environmental policies. Finding the right mix will achieve important environmental results and secures long-term economic benefits. Failing to do so risks carbon leakage and deindustrialization. Don Fusco, Regional Director, Ontario, for the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada will present a roadmap for the sector’s approach to net zero carbon emissions. 

About Don Fusco
Don Fusco is the Regional Director, Ontario and Corporate Secretary for the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada.
Don joined CIAC in August 2016 and is responsible for government and stakeholder relations in Ontario. In 2023, Don added the role of Corporate Secretary with responsibilities for managing CIAC’s corporate governance and Board of Directors. Prior to joining CIAC he was Team Leader in the Advanced Manufacturing Branch with the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development and Growth responsible for chemical, biochemical and cleantech industries. He has also served as a Senior Advisor in the Ministry’s Investment Funding Programs Branch responsible for managing regional investment initiatives and key programs such as the Jobs and Prosperity Fund. Don graduated from the Schulich School of Business, York University with an MBA in Business Strategy and Marketing.

Free to attend, complimentary hot breakfast included!
The Canadian Process & Automation Shows are free for process industry professionals to attend and features a keynote speaker and complimentary hot breakfast for all attendees.

When: March 28, 2024.
Where: Dante Club, 1330 London Rd, Sarnia, ON, N7S 1P7.

To register, click here.

For more information, visit: www.processautomationshows.ca/location/sarnia.


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