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Haskayne professor receives Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal

UToday HomeFebruary 26, 2013

By Sanja Avramovic

Bob Page is director of the Enbridge Centre for Corporate Sustainability. Photo by Mike SturkBob Page is director of the Enbridge Centre for Corporate Sustainability. Photo by Mike SturkThe Haskayne School of Business announced that Bob Page, PhD, director of the school’s Enbridge Centre for Corporate Sustainability, received a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal during a ceremony in Ottawa on Dec. 20, 2012.

Page was nominated by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society for his contributions to environment management and policy in Canada and internationally.

He is currently governor and fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, Ottawa, and is a key figure in Alberta and at the University of Calgary in integrating business and academic circles on environmental issues.

His wealth of experience also includes being the current chair of the ISO 14,000 international environmental standards body in Geneva, and former chair of the National Round Table on Environment and Economy in Ottawa, as well as fellow, International Emissions Trading Association and former chair, Geneva.

The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, a program administered by the Chancellery of Honours as part of the Office of the Secretary to the Governor General, is a tangible way for Canada to honour the service of Her Majesty and to honour significant contributions and achievements by Canadians.

Find out more about Dr. Bob Page.

 

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