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Atlantic BIOCON Virtual Speaker Series: Radicle: Covid-19 Impact on Environmental Commodities Markets
Disruptive events can lead to temporary or permanent changes in daily routines – easily affecting our social, economic, and political behaviours. Will the COVID-19 pandemic lead to a “green reboot”, change sustainability commitments, or return us to business-as-usual? What impacts will COVID-19 have on environmental policies, markets and commodity prices? Our webinar will delve into these complex topics and provide a review of current trends and possibilities going forward.

Aug 19, 2020 02:00 PM in Halifax

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Chelsea Bryant
Managing Director, Global Markets & Strategy @Radicle
Chelsea Bryant joined CCSI in February 2020, where she serves as Managing Director of Global Markets and Strategy. With more than 12 years of experience in commodity markets, investments and trading, Chelsea’s areas of focus include environmental commodity generation, transaction structuring, hedge strategy optimization, policy advocacy and market design. Prior to joining CCSI, Chelsea led a team focused on environmental commodity advisory services and managed the environmental commodity portfolio for a large regulated entity with operations throughout North America. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the University of Alberta and the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.
Rod Badcock (Moderator)
Executive Director @Nova Scotia Innovation Hub
Rod is passionate about renewable resources. He spent the beginning of his career in operational roles with Alberta Pacific Forest Industries and Bowater Mersey Paper Company where he specialized in forest management. In addition to an MBA from Saint Mary’s University, Rod holds a Bachelor of Science in Forest Engineering from the University of New Brunswick.Rod is also an entrepreneur and has been involved in the launch of several firms including a consulting business that supports product and process innovation in the forest industry.