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Sustainable Development for and by the Cannabis & Hemp Industry

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Proudly Sponsored by

Hawthorne

Immerse yourself in a truly transformative experience designed to shape the future of the Cannabis & Hemp Industry and drive sustainable development globally. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn from global stakeholders driving this nascent industry.

Tailored around authentic, action-oriented discussions on Recreational / Adult-use Cannabis, Medical / Health & Wellness and Industrial Hemp. Aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) featuring 3 tracks [Economic, Social and Environmental] 

Featuring multi-stakeholder perspectives on the most pressing and challenging issues facing the Cannabis & Hemp Industry globally

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THURSDAY, MAY 5th 2022
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8.00 – 8.30

Registration & Breakfast

8.30 – 8.45

Welcome Address & Keynote

8.45 – 9.45

Panel 1 – Economic Impact [SDGs #1, 2, 3, 8 & 9]

Normalization, Regulation & Legalization of the Cannabis Industry driven by Education

“The cannabis industry has seen remarkable growth in a noticeably short period of time – and we see no reason that this pace will change in the near- to mid-term; especially so as we see the appetite for legal regulation of Cannabis expand globally. However, to accelerate this pace of change, we will require a "reset" on the general public's perception of Cannabis - a hangover from the prohibition era - with a strong focus on education. What is the role of Governments, Media Organizations, Civil Society and Corporations in this "reframing"? Is there or could there be a common-sense approach that could be adopted by the ecosystem such that we could truly benefit from this extraordinary plant and see a resulting upside in benefits accruing for early adopters in improving public perceptions of the industry – and driving Economic Impact for all stakeholders.”

9.45 – 10.00

Networking Break


10.00 – 11.00

Social Impact [SDGs #4, 5, 10, 11, 16 & 17]

Regenerating Society - Restorative Justice, DEI and Social Impact

“A Regenerative Society - one that embraces the dismantling of inequalities and seeks harmony through Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (across all sections of society) – can only be achieved through peace, justice and strong institutions. How might 'Active Citizenship' in a globally normalized, regulated and legalized Cannabis Industry deliver the requisite all-inclusive perspective for humanity and then look to democratize the opportunity to deliver ‘Regenerative Growth for ALL’.”

11.00 – 12.00

Panel 3 – Environmental Impact [SDGs #6, 7, 12, 13, 14 & 15]

Resource efficiency in the Cannabis / Hemp Industry

“Whether grown outdoors, indoors or in a greenhouse, the agricultural process in the Cannabis Industry can be environmentally challenging – yet all three methods of growing through to harvest have their place in a modern Cannabis Industry. How then do we ensure that the community is aware of the benefits of each method and of the environmental impacts each creates? Perhaps of most importance, what are the next practice processes and technologies available now and / or on the horizon that will deliver a positive environmental impact for each?”

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12.00 – 12.15

Morning Session Wrap-Up & Keynote

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12.15 – 01.45

Lunch & Keynote

Transparent Supply Chains Driving Impact Alpha

“Supply chain management is a material issue for most industries and particularly relevant to the rapidly changing conditions of the Cannabis Industry. Shifting regulations, evolving distribution models, product quality testing, and labeling pressures mean that supply chain risks are more complex, and breakdown is increasingly more probable. Cannabis companies must optimize supply chain engagement, collaboration and oversight to reduce these risks as the cannabis market expands globally. To manage the complexity inherent in engaging environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues across an enterprise, the composition of the Board and Management Team, and their associated experiences, credentials, and effectiveness, can have a profound impact on ensuring ESG becomes a source of competitive advantage.”

1.45 – 2.00

Keynote

2.00 – 3.00

Economic Impact [SDGs #1, 2, 3, 8 & 9]

ESG as a driver to deliver Business AND Brand Value in the Cannabis / Hemp Industry

“There are an ever-increasing number of publicly traded companies in the rapidly evolving North American cannabis sector, all vying for the attention of consumers and B2B customers. Yet for this industry to grow and capture the legitimacy it seeks, it must embrace the principles of ESG frameworks and navigate the risks and opportunities inherent in environmental, social and governance issues.

Corporations embrace ESG standards for a variety of reasons including access to capital, enhanced risk mitigation and value creation, greater social “license to operate,” customer acquisition and employee retention. Greater recognition of the competitive advantage linked to this approach is increasingly making ESG a business fundamental for companies across industry sectors, especially in disruptive and rapidly evolving ones like the cannabis industry. While all companies must pay attention to industry-agnostic issues like transparency and disclosure, climate change management and board governance, there are specific ESG risks the cannabis industry cannot ignore.”

3.00 – 4.00

Panel 5 – Social Impact [SDGs #4, 5, 10, 11, 16 & 17]

Reframing the future of Medicine; driving a new frontier for a healthier society

“Although an increasing number of scientists agree on cannabis’ medical potential, legislation lags the science in most parts of the world, leaving many physicians ill-equipped with the data and tools needed to justify their prescriptions and also leaving patients at a loss. What are the next practices in this field – both from a science and political perspective – to help physicians inform their patients of the acceptance of Cannabis as a safe alternative to existing medicines.”

4.00 – 4.15

Networking Break

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4.15 – 5.15

Panel 6 – Environmental Impact [SDGs #6, 7, 12, 13, 14 & 15]

Utilizing Technology to drive Regenerative Agriculture - focusing on Industrial Hemp and Medical Cannabis

“Through the use of Blockchain and Remote Technology, we have an increased capability to provide monitoring and “proof” of Regenerative Agricultural practices and hence the opportunity to provide a Return on Investment (RoI) to the farmers by having them participate in 'proof of coverage' through the use of sensor data to determine carbon sequestration based on the regenerative farming to file for carbon credits."

5.15 – 5.30

Closing Address & Keynote

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BREAK

UN Guided Tours

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6.00 – 8.30

After-Event Cocktail Reception

RECORDINGS FROM RCL VIRTUAL EVENT
JUNE 29/30, 2021 ↓

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Opening Remarks by Patrick McCartan, CEO Regennabis

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Welcome Address by Juan Galan, Colombian Presidential Candidate

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PANEL 1 - ECONOMIC IMPACT
ESG – Driving Transformative Change in the Cannabis Industry

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PANEL 2 - SOCIAL IMPACT
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

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PANEL 3 - ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
Sustainable Packaging - For and By the Hemp

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ABOUT THE CONCEPT↓

The SDGs aligned to ESG[E] Pillars

 

At Regennabis, we believe that there is a need to create a disruptive and innovative community driven by exponential actions – in alignment with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – to deliver both increased brand value and at the same time, provide solutions to many of the world’s biggest challenges and build a better future for ALL in the Cannabis Industry – to lead, learn, connect and innovate breakthrough solutions around humanity’s greatest challenges – and deliver “Impact Alpha” for ALL stakeholders.

ECONOMIC

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Regenerative Cannabis Live

At Regennabis, we believe that ANY Corporate Entity has an opportunity at the micro-, meso- and macro-level to systemically set about creating shared value for ALL stakeholders through a focus on Environmental, Social & Governance Factors and – by addressing these opportunities in parallel – Corporations can be a significant driver to deliver solutions to many of Humanity’s greatest challenges and deliver “Regenerative Growth for ALL”.

We also believe that the Cannabis & Hemp Industry is uniquely positioned to be a gamechanger.

UPCOMING GLOBAL EVENTS ↓

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