Halifax, N.S. — Tickets are now available for the 2016 Mobius Awards of Environmental Excellence, which will bring David Suzuki to Halifax as keynote speaker for the event.
Hosted by Divert NS, the annual awards are held to recognize environmental leaders in Nova Scotia. The organization is currently marking 20 years of recycling in Nova Scotia and recently changed names, previously known as the Resource Recovery Fund Board (RRFB Nova Scotia).
The 2016 Mobius Awards include seven prestigious titles for Nova Scotians who demonstrate recycling and waste diversion success. To commemorate the province’s legacy of 20 years recycling, a new Hall of Fame category has been included to recognize a longstanding environmental leader.
“It is an incredible honour to have Dr. Suzuki join us,” says Divert NS CEO Jeff MacCallum. “We couldn’t envision a better guest to help us celebrate Nova Scotia’s recycling champions and mark two decades of dedication to our environment.”
Dr. David Suzuki, co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation, is an award-winning scientist, environmentalist and broadcaster. He is renowned for his radio and television programs, such as CBC’s The Nature of Things, that explain the complexities of the natural sciences in a compelling, easily understood way. A legendary Canadian environmental icon, Dr. Suzuki will be speaking at the Mobius Awards about Business and Environmental Sustainability.
The 2016 Mobius Awards of Environmental Excellence will take place:
November 9, 2016
Registration at 5:30 p.m., event from 6:00 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Halifax Marriott Harbourfront
1919 Upper Water Street Halifax, Nova Scotia
To learn more about the awards and purchase tickets (limited quantities available), visit DivertMobiusAwards.ca.
About Divert NS
Divert NS (formerly RRFB Nova Scotia) is a not-for-profit corporation working in partnership with Nova Scotians to improve the province’s environment and economy through recycling and waste diversion. Divert NS administers two core programs for used beverage container and tire recycling; manages a network of province-wide Enviro-Depots; and works together with government, industry and academia to champion recycling. We believe Nova Scotia is a model for recycling and we advocate on its behalf worldwide.
Members of the media are invited to RSVP for the Mobius Awards in advance. To RSVP, or for other inquiries, contact
Aurora Boudreau, Communications Officer, Divert NS