To book Tom Rand, please click here. A partial list of recent and upcoming speaking appearances:
Oct 28: Climate Business Forum, “Increasing the sense of urgency on climate”, Hong Kong
Oct 7: A Conversation with Laurie Brown, Ravine Winery, Niagara-on-the-Lake
Oct 1: Solving Wicked Problems, “Solutions For Our Climate Change Paralysis” Rotman School of Business, Toronto
Sept 26: Banff Venture Forum Keynote, “Energy Incuments & Cleantech: Investing in a Warmer World“, Banff, Alberta
Sept 19: The Future of Energy – Atlantic-Bruecke Conference, Banff, Alberta
Sept 9: Distinguished Lecturer Series, “Waking the Frog: breaking our paralysis on climate change” Centre for Global Change Science (CGCS), University of Toronto
June 26: TREC Annual Meeting, Steamwhistle Roundhouse, Toronto
June 17: Canada 2020: Innovation in the Energy Sector, Chateau Laurier, Ottawa
May 27: Sustainable Prosperity, University of Ottawa
April 28: Walrus Talks Climate, Ottawa
April 3: Book launch & talk for Waking the Frog: Solutions for our Climate Change Paralysis, MaRS, Toronto
March 25: Walrus Talks Energy, Vancouver
March 25: Closing Address: Leading Change 2014, Vancouver
March 6: Waking the Frog: Breaking our Paralysis on Climate Change, Wilfrid Laurier, Senate & Board Chamber, Waterloo
Nov. 28: Kingston Sustainable Cities, Keynote, Kingston.
Oct. 25: Earth Day Youth Conference, Keynote, Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, Toronto.
Oct. 24: World’s Petroleum Council’s Youth Conference, Calgary, Alberta.
Oct 7: Renewable Energy Storage Summit, Metro Convention Centre, Toronto.
Oct 2: Economic Club/SDTC: Economic Prosperity Through Clean Technologies, Ottawa.
Sept 27: Caribbean Energy Summit, Barbados.
April 4: The Walrus Talks Energy, MaRS, Toronto.
April 4: Transition Towns – An Afternoon with Tom Rand, Georgian College, Barrie.
Oct 19: Annual Ontario Geography Conference, Keynote, Queen’s University, Kingston.
Oct 18: Sustainability Summit, Keynote, Lakehead University, Orillia.
Oct. 16: Ontario Power Authority (OPA), Lunchtime Speaker Series, Toronto (a workshopping of the ideas emerging from Hot Water)
April 11: Renewable Energy Conference, Halifax
March 24: Canadian Business & Techology Conference, Toronto
March 12: University of Toronto – United Nations Development Program
Feb 10: Canadian Urban Institute – Toronto
Feb 9: Sustainable Communities Conference, Federation of Canadian Municipalities – Ottawa – Video here.
Sept 2011: BOMA, St. John’s, Canada.
June 27, 2011: Debating Bjorn Lomborg at International District Heating Conference – video here
June 20, 2011: Canadian Resonsible Investment Conference, Keynote, Victoria, BC, Canada
May 19, 2011: Halton Apprenticeship Advisory Council, Keynote, Halton, Ontario.
April 30, 2011: ieee Women in Engineering National Conference, Keynote, Toronto, Canada
April 2011: East Coast Energy Conference, Keynote, Halifax, Canada.
April 16/17: Green Living Show, Toronto, Ontario
April 8, 2011: E3 Symposium – Education for a Sustainable Energy Economy, Keynote, Toronto, Canada.
March, 2011 Windor Law Society, Laurier University, George Brown College
Nov 29, 2010: Lehigh University, USA.
Nov 25, 2010: Niagara College, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.
Nov 18, 2010: Snider Lecture at University of Toronto at Mississauga.
Nov 8, 2010: Clean Energy BC, Keynote, Vancouver
Nov 15, 2010: OSEA Cmmunity Power 2010, Keynote, Toronto Convention Center
Nov 4, 2010: Energy Into Action, Keynote, Air Canada Center, Toronto
June 18th, 2010: OPA address in Kitchener-Waterloo.
June 4th, 2010: 2pm – United Kingdom book launch, at Canada House, London, UK.
May 27th, 2010: Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA); keynote luncheon address.
May 18, 2010: Canadian Business - Sustainable Cities Challenge, moderated by Wendy Mesley
April/10: Book Launch at MaRS, Toronto: Kick the Fossil Fuel Habit – (followed by book signing).
Feb/10: Keynote at Building Sustainability Forum.
Jan/10: Keynote at SDForum, San Francisco: Policy to Bring Cleantech to Scale.
Sept/09: Tom speaks at TEDxTO, Toronto.
July/09: MaRS Best Practices Series, talk and blog on Planet Traveler: Building North America’s Greenest Hotel