“The only mission we can neither avoid nor afford to fail at in this century, is defined by the need to restore our crumbling natural security.” – Chris Wood
Book Chris Wood to speak at your next meeting and share his insights about Canada’s ‘natural security gap’ and its implications for your organization.
What’s your stake in Canada’s threatened natural security?
Powerful insights from a compelling speaker about our vital water resource, Chris Wood.
“Compelling” “Provocative” “Red-hot”… some of the words used to describe Chris Wood’s ideas about Canada’s water. Book him now to share his insights about Canada’s ‘natural security gap’ and its implications for your organization.
Broadcaster, author, journalist and public speaker Chris Wood writes and speaks out about the central importance of water and its management to our future prosperity, health and even survival.
A veteran observer of Canada’s political and natural evolution over four decades, Wood has delved deeply into the threats facing our greatest natural resource in two recent books. Dry Spring: The Coming Water Crisis of North America (2008) revealed how climate change is redistributing water resources around the contient and calendar—with implications for business from wine-making to transportation.
Down the Drain: How We Are Failing to Protect Our Water Resources, written with leading policy expert Ralph Pentland, exposes how decades of federal and provincial policy mismanagement have left Canadians’ natural security vulnerable to increasingly negative economic and health consequences—and shows how we can demand that governments and business protect this vital public trust.
Engaging and plain-spoken, Chris Wood offers stimulating keynote or theme addresses customized to your audience, as well as a catalytic addition to expert panels.
Audiences already energized by Chris’ presentations include:
- IdeaCity (Toronto’s annual counterpart to California’s TED talks)
- The Nature Conservancy of Northern California
- Canada’s Top 40 Executives Under 40
- Bonnefield Canadian Farmland & Agri-Business Investment Seminar
- Elmvale Water Festival
- T4G Leading Thinkers
- Okanagan Basin Water Board annual GM
To book Chris to speak to your group, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250-713-1247.