‘We produce it cleaner than everyone else, and others want it,’ Enbridge’s Colin Gruending tells Energy Disruptors Summit
When it comes to energy and to the energy transition, Canada has yet to embrace its vast potential to lead.
This observation was offered up by panelists on Tuesday evening at the Energy Disruptors Summit in Calgary, during a mainstage discussion entitled The Future of Canadian Energy. The panel of four included Colin Gruending, Enbridge’s Executive Vice President and President, Liquids Pipelines.
That vast network allows the 74 staff and volunteers to offer job opportunities, skills training and short-term degrees to those seeking employment opportunities in nine major counties of the state, all with limited education and experience.
Forest Preserve Foundation focuses on restoring the land, developing Native American education in greater Chicago
Within Schiller Woods, in the Forest Preserves of Cook County, rests the Serpent Twin Mound (Pokto Činto), a contemporary earthwork by Indigenous artist and architect Santiago X.
It’s believed to be the first effigy mound built by Native Americans in North America in the past 500 years.
Erected near the shores of the Des Plaines River, just four miles east of O’Hare International Airport in Cook County, the earthwork is a tribute to an ancient form of wayfinding used by Indigenous people of the region hundreds of years ago.
Canadian Museum of Nature’s homegrown Planet Ice exhibition showcases one of earth’s most precious commodities
Planet Ice may be coming to a museum near you.
“Arctic foxes, wolverine, caribou and mastodons – we’ve got it all,” says Stacy Wakeford, Chief Content Officer at the Canadian Museum of Nature, which produced Planet Ice: Mystery of the Ice Ages. “This exhibition is a Canadian-grown experience about ice, the ways it has shaped our planet, and how important it is to preserving life as we know it.”
A strong, diverse supplier community is essential to the resiliency and agility of our supply chain and contributes to the vitality of the communities where we live and work. Our contractors and suppliers are often the face of Enbridge and help drive our business and ESG performance; so we need them to be aligned with our values and goals.
Across North America, there’s an awakening to Indigenous history, culture, rights, engagement and inclusion, which is placing more focus on the evolving legal and constitutional framework, fostering greater political and societal attention, and providing opportunities to weave Indigenous knowledge, teachings and perspectives into decision-making.