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Michelle Gallant

Director, Sustainable Business
Scotiabank

Michelle is the Director, Sustainable Business at Scotiabank in Toronto. In this role Michelle is responsible for ESG disclosure across the Bank and implementation of key Sustainable Business programs including Climate Change and Human Rights.

Prior to this role, Michelle spent over a decade working in London, the United Kingdom in a variety of sustainability roles at Barclays and business-led charity Business in the Community. Before her shift into sustainability Michelle had a career in marketing communications, leading communications globally for the youth leadership organization AIESEC International, based in the Netherlands.

Michelle was selected to train with Al Gore to become a Climate Reality Leader in 2016. She holds a Bachelor of Honours degree in Mass Communication and Sociology from Carleton University in Canada, and a Strategic Sustainable Development course at the Blekinge Institute of Technology in Sweden.

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Collaborative Business Campaign Helps UK Residents Be Energy Aware, Save £300 on Bills
Collaborative Business Campaign Helps UK Residents Be Energy Aware, Save £300 on Bills

Behavior Change / A collaborative business effort, led by UK charity Business in the Community, brought together representatives from business and Government to tackle energy efficiency in the home.The fortnight campaign, Be Energy Aware, ran in October 2014 encouraging consumers to use less energy in the home, ultimately saving money on their energy bill. Participating companies included Virgin Money, lighting manufacturer Osram, DIY retailer B&Q, Thames Water, and Housing Association AmicusHorizon. The UK Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and industry body Energy Saving Trust also supported the campaign. - 5 years ago

'Energy Sins' Costing UK Households Millions
'Energy Sins' Costing UK Households Millions

Marketing and Comms / With the launch last week of Business in the Community’s Be Energy Aware campaign, customer engagement lead Michelle Gallant outlines how we are helping to make energy bills a little less scary.The clocks go back this weekend, meaning winter is well and truly on its way. Some of us may have already put the heating on to take the edge off those chilly nights, and the darker evenings mean the lights will be coming on earlier and earlier. All this means that our energy bills will soon be ramping up. - 5 years ago

#BetheStart Campaign - Week 4: Smarter Travel
#BetheStart Campaign - Week 4: Smarter Travel

Marketing and Comms / With transport now the fastest growing source of greenhouse gas emissions in the UK, sustainable travel can make a significant contribution to mitigating the effects of climate change. - 7 years ago

#BetheStart Campaign – Week 3: More Vibrant Communities
#BetheStart Campaign – Week 3: More Vibrant Communities

Marketing and Comms / Imagine a world where everyone could truthfully say they lived in a vibrant, trusting local community and global society — where our communities were places where residents felt engaged, supported, appreciated and valued; where the local economy was thriving, and participants feel proud to be part of their community and take an active role in helping to support this. - 7 years ago

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M&S, B&Q, Eden Project and More Helping UK Consumers 'Be the Start' of More Resourceful Living
M&S, B&Q, Eden Project and More Helping UK Consumers 'Be the Start' of More Resourceful Living

Marketing and Comms / Researchers tell us that by 2030 we will need 30% more water, 50% more energy and 50% more food to be fit for our growing population. Statistics from WWF echo this — if we continue our current rate of consumption in the United Kingdom, we will need three planets' worth of natural resources to continue this lifestyle, and five planets to continue the consumption lifestyle in the USA. - 7 years ago

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