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Pave The Path To Sustainability With Expert Environmental Speakers. Also, Talent Bureau Welcomes Anthony Morgan To Our Incredible Roster Of Stem Speakers.

April 22 marks Earth Day – an annual celebration that acts as a reminder for everyone to be more mindful of our impact on the planet.

As societies grow, our planet suffers from deforestation, heavy pollution and global warming, to name a few. On Earth Day, we are all encouraged to play a role in creating a more sustainable future for ourselves and future generations. It serves as a call to action for policymakers and world leaders to protect our natural resources.

At Talent Bureau, we are proud to represent and partner with a diverse group of Canada’s leading experts on environmental issues. These individuals are dedicated to helping create a greener future. In their engaging keynotes, these individuals provide audiences with informed answers and innovative solutions to some of the world’s most harmful environmental issues.

Prepare for a sustainable future with these experts:


Anthony Morgan

Anthony is an award-winning science communicator and host of the popular show, The Nature of Things. This multi-hyphenate has dedicated his career to educating others about science and what it takes to tackle the challenges of climate change. Anthony is an amazing balance of invigorating energy, fascinating insights and inspiration.

Anthony’s passion for science has opened many doors for him. In the last 20 years, he has moved across multiple fields of scientific communication, trying to show people the power science has to transform human lives for the better.

Now, as he takes on the role of a lifetime as the host of The Nature of Things, Anthony’s brilliance will shine through on another level. He described this new adventure as “the most surreal thing in the world.”

Julie Angus

Julie is a STEM superpower. She is the first woman to row across the Atlantic Ocean and the epitome of an adventurer. To add to her accomplishments, she is also a molecular biologist and advocates for sustainable transportation and travel. Her expeditions and research have demonstrated that low-carbon travel is not only possible but also rewarding.

Alongside her husband, Colin Angus, Julie is behind Open Ocean Robotics, a company that develops autonomous boats powered by wind and/or solar power capable of deep ocean travel.

As a speaker, Julie never fails to stun audiences with her thrilling stories of ocean travel. She provides insights on teamwork and leadership and how to function in the most challenging environments. Your team will be encouraged to learn more about the world’s magnificent oceans after hearing her keynote – guaranteed.

David Suzuki

Canadian academic and environmentalist Dr. David Suzuki has been a prominent household name in the global fight against climate change. The voice of a generation, Dr. Suzuki, had advocated for our planet long before it was “cool” to do so.

Dr. Suzuki is a leading force of change. In 1990, he co-founded the David Suzuki Foundation – a non-profit science-based organization that works to preserve and protect the natural environment and create a sustainable Canada – the help generate awareness and meaningful change. In his lifetime, Dr. Suzuki has been recognized for his incredible contributions through numerous awards.

Your audiences will become more mindful of the sacred balance of nature with David and learn about new science and technology that can shift how we live.

Scott Wabano

Scott is a popular IndigiQueer designer and stylist who has amassed a huge following on social media. Their incredible ability to connect with audiences has allowed them to use their platform to educate others on Indigenous culture and design through lighthearted, humorous content. Notably, Scott uses their platform to address the harmful effects of fast fashion and the importance of sustainability.

Fast fashion depletes non-renewable sources, increases the emission of greenhouse gases, and has a severe impact on water. Scott encourages audiences to push the envelope of creating fashion. Using the history of indigenous fashion and his personal experiences, they will educate audiences on the importance of Indigenous presence in fashion and how Indigenous creatives can help push the envelope on diversity and sustainability.

Scott’s workshops and keynotes are informative and inspirational. Scott will leave your audience with the tools to make more sustainable fashion choices, but they will also introduce them to a world of Indigenous storytelling and creativity.

Wade Davis

Wade was named Explorer of the Millenium by the National Geographic Society. It’s safe to say he understands a thing or two about our planet. This Canadian icon has contributed to preserving the world’s cultural and biological diversity for over four decades. His award-winning books have brought attention to the ecological atrocities of the Amazon and Andes and have taught the world about the delicate balance of humans and nature.

In his fascinating keynotes, Wade shares the wisdom of the ancient world and modern scientific innovations to challenge audiences to consider the interconnectedness of all life on Earth. His personal research and experience prove to audiences that human negligence destroys entire ecosystems, causing extinctions and climate impacts.

To add to the experience, Wade brings amazing images from his explorations and takes audiences on global journeys over the course of one memorable presentation.

Jaclyn Whittal

Jaclyn has been forecasting and reporting on the most extreme weather across North America for over 12 years and has seen first-hand how deadly nature can be. Additionally, she has experienced how much climate change impacts our lives.

As a climate change educator, Jaclyn delivers hard scientific facts to audiences. Her keynotes are informative and accessible, making complex climate science digestible. Jaclyn also discusses how humans will need to adapt and evolve in the face of climate change. She will take your audience on an all-inclusive journey from her action-packed adventures right into the eye of the storm.

Jaclyn’s experience of living in the centre of nature’s dangerous moments has allowed her to develop the tools to overcome fear in high-pressure situations. She shares what it’s like to “keep your cool” when everything around you seems to be falling apart.

David Katz

Innovator David Katz has been described as “the best in the sustainability industry.” He is the mind behind Plastic Bank – a global platform created to cleanse oceans of plastic through proper recycling.

He is determined to stop all plastic waste from entering the ocean while also trying to alleviate global poverty. Members of Plastic Bank can exchange plastic waste at local collection branches for secure income and live-improving benefits! His speeches highlight the initiative and inspire audiences to take action towards reducing their plastic consumption and help build a more circular economy.

David’s keynotes provide audiences with surprising facts about solutions to ocean plastic and what it means to be a social entrepreneur.

Greg Hemmings

What better way to encourage change than through the power of storytelling? Greg is a filmmaker, “pirate,” and entrepreneur that uses his artistic talent to inspire positive change. His fun keynotes share with audiences the importance of thinking creatively about sustainability and embracing innovation to address environmental challenges.

During his time as a “pirate,” Greg learned that businesses could be successful without the expense of hurting others and the environment. Rather, he believes businesses can be vehicles for social and environmental change.

And naturally, we won’t explain the whole pirate piece. You’ll have to shoot us an email to learn more: hello@talentbureau.com