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Progressive Planet appoints a new Board of Directors member

by CM staff   

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Suzanne Davis-Hall replaces retiring Director Peter Lacey.

KAMLOOPS — Progressive Planet appointed Suzanne Davis-Hall as an independent member of its Board of Directors, effective immediately.

“I am excited to be part of Progressive Planet’s mission to deliver cleantech solutions that fight climate change, protect and restore our food systems and ensure the wellbeing of people,” said Davis-Hall. “I look forward to using my 25-years in championing innovative sustainability and ESG reporting developed across multiple industries to assist Progressive Planet grow and further commercialize the CleanTech products it is bringing to the world.”

The appointment of Davis-Hall coincides with the resignation of Peter Lacey from Progressive Planet’s Board of Directors.

“I am proud to have been a Progressive Planet board member,” said Lacey. “In this chapter of my life, I am focusing my current efforts on family and winding down directorships as a result. I continue to be enthused to be an investor in Progressive Planet and the cleantech solutions developed at its C-Quester™ Centre of Sustainable Innovation.”


Davis-Hall co-founded and directed ESG strategy at GenESG Inc, providing advice on sustainability strategies to various industries. She also served as Vice-President ESG at Foran Mining Ltd, where she was responsible for the company’s ESG strategy, decarbonisation roadmap and project permitting.

She was also Director of Environmental Affairs at Kinross Gold and Director of Environment and Sustainability at the Calgary Airport Authority. In addition, she held positions as Group Manager at Klohn Crippen Berger, Head of Environment and Group Sustainability at Newcrest Mining Ltd, Director of Audit and Assessment at the Federal Government of Australia’s Department of Environment.


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