Sustainable Production Forum - Workshop Critical path to ZEV in the film industry

Sustainable Production Forum 2019: Critical Path to ZEV Workshop

The world’s premier conference on environmental sustainability within the film industry.

 
The Sustainable Production Forum focuses on challenges and solutions to greening the industry and welcomes delegates from around the world, including representatives from the major studios. Come learn from industry experts and be part of the solution for a sustainable motion picture industry.

We’re hosting a two-part workshop to learn about the imperative and the opportunity to reduce emissions in transportation fleets in the motion picture industry. Motion picture industry buyers, transportation and logistics coordinators, and studio managers are strongly encouraged to attend. See the full program and explore registration & ticket options.

 

Session 1: ZEV In Motion Picture Industry Panel

Date: Friday November 1, 2019
Time: 11:45am-12:45pm
Location: Emily Carr University of Art + Design

In the morning session, hear from a panel of experts representing all dimensions of transportation including municipal regulators, fleet manufacturers, mechanic training, industry unions, and buyers. The panelists will confirm that the time to start transitioning to zero emission vehicles (ZEV) is now – the fleets are ready, the mechanics are ready, and the City is ready.

Speakers

  • Dale Bracewell – Manager, Transportation Planning at City of Vancouver
  • Evan Dacey – Manager of Fleet Strategy at City of Vancouver
  • Mubasher Faruki – Associate Dean of Automotive at BCIT
  • And more to be confirmed in the coming weeks!

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Session 2: Interactive Critical Path to ZEV Workshop

Date: Friday November 1, 2019
Time: 3:15am-4:15pm
Location: Emily Carr University of Art + Design

The afternoon session is an interactive workshop to draft the critical path to lower emission fleets by 2032. During the workshop, participants will co-create a path to zero emission transportation by integrating duty and procurement cycles with vehicle availability and training and charging needs. Participants will be provided with worksheets and guidance to plan their transition to ZEV and facilitators will rely on industry insider knowledge from participants to create a realistic plan. Reel Green will follow up annually with participants to track progress and assist with revising critical paths in light of new vehicle availability, infrastructure build out, and advancing regulations.

Facilitators

  • Evan Dacey – Manager of Fleet Strategy at City of Vancouver
  • And more to be confirmed in the coming weeks!