Who We Are
We are Passionate about the Environment
Clean energy and clean environment are the cornerstones of our founding principles.
Our goals are:
To contribute to the switch into renewable energy by developing new sources, and step away from burning fossil fuels that are polluting the only world we have.
To be on the vanguard of CleanTech industries by collaborating with like-minded people on worthwhile projects and bring new technologies to market opportunities.
To give back something of substance to people who are in need.
To be a force of positive change for a sustainable planet.
What We Do
Our Blue Planet is a Canadian innovation company with a focus on Clean Technologies. We are currently involved with projects in two main areas – Industrial Innovations and Green Carbon Technologies. Recently we have added a COVID-19 PPE innovation company ‘NanoV8’ to our stable.
Innovation of all sorts is what gets us up in the morning and frequently keeps us up late at night exploring new ideas on our white boards. We want to move at light speed toward new goals. We are looking for the big leap in technology, the disruption in the marketplace, and to embrace change on all fronts. There’s an urgency to get things done around here and time can’t move fast enough for us. There is always a list of new ideas to be explored and reach beyond the obvious. We live to create new ideas!
See What We Have Been Working On
Our Blue Planet is involved in research in several areas such as Green Carbon Technologies and Industrial Innovations.
Sustainability, and use of Renewable Energy are the first and foremost cornerstones of our business ideals.
Our plan is to become a Net Zero emission company and to develop new products to replace the conventional products made from fossil fuels.
Green Carbon Technologies
Co-Founder – President & COO
Scott is the technical driver of the company and develops the new ideas, putting the deals together and building teams to bring the projects from concept stage into real, tangible assets.
He has a passion for innovation and works tirelessly on continuous improvement and simplification of products and processes.
Scott has a wide and varied background of industrial design, construction and processing experience. Projects experience on 3 continents has allowed Scott to develop a well-rounded skill set in multicultural settings. His keen interest in cleantech, renewable fuels and energy is driven by the need to develop and implement technologies that contribute to the betterment of environmental conditions.
Scott is an avid backcountry skier, mountain climber and an adventure traveller.
Connie is the essence of an entrepreneur and life-long learner and thrives on experiential and transformational learning, seizing every opportunity for growth and development. Her passion is to develop innovations for a more sustainable world and it’s this passion that drives her to entrepreneurial activities and to her big picture thinking and strong business acumen. She has channelled her creativity and imagination into a successful career. Her ability to create corporations from the ground up, in a myriad of industrial sectors including; management consulting, marketing, construction, renewable resources, fashion, health food, non-profit, and publishing, are a testament to her big-picture thinking and strong business acumen.
She has a broad understanding of not only Corporate Structure and Operations, but also that of Private, Public, Franchise, Union, BCorp, Social Enterprise and Non-Profit structures. Her consistency in visualizing and seizing opportunities ahead of the competition has allowed her to achieve measurable results and maximize outcomes.
Connie feels privileged to spend a large portion of her time volunteering and mentoring entrepreneurs. She is currently a Mentor-in-Residence at SFU, and Mentors for Singularity University, FWE, WEC, Futurpreneur and Everwise. She calls this her “guilty pleasure“.
Co-Founder – CEO – Organizational Development
Chief Financial Officer
Paul has over 30 years experience leading finance groups and operations of large government, public and private organizations and holds a BA in Economics and Accounting from the University of Alberta and a CPA/CGA designation in the province of BC.
Paul is a CPA/CGA and his areas of expertise include development and execution of corporate strategy, cashflow and banking relationship management, budget development and forecasting, efficiency gains and overhead cost reduction, project management and major systems implementation, organizational restructuring, and corporate financial and management reporting – including development of KPI’s.
Paul’s career history includes leadership roles with; Burnet Duckworth & Palmer, McCarthy Tetrault, Calgary Laboratory Services, City of Calgary, PeopleSoft, and other senior financial controller positions.
Growth Hacking for Innovative and Sustainable Materials
Martin loves helping clients go to market with innovative, sustainable and alternative materials and grow their business.
He has worked in the entire colour space, from white (titanium dioxide pigments with Huntsman / Venator Materials), over custom colours (thermoplastic masterbatch with Americhem) to black (carbon black with Cabot Corp.).
Through these assignments, Martin has created large network in the chemical and materials industries across all sectors: Plastics; packaging; paints & coatings; paper; food, drugs & cosmetics; rubber and more. http://wolfersdorff.strikingly.com/
Martin von Wolfersdorff
Pieter ter Haar
Pieter is an expert in recovered carbon black (rCB), pyrolysis, and sustainability. He has extensive expertise managing R&D for rCB companies in Europe and North America. After obtaining his Chemistry degree from the Hanze University (Groningen, the Netherlands), he started his career as a adhesives compounder. From there he worked as a Rubber Compounder for Fenner Dunlop Conveyor Belting in the Netherlands, where he was in charge of sustainability development of rubber compounds.
In 2015 Pieter developed, built, and manage the first R&D Competence Center fully dedicated to rCB research. He is one of the founding members of the new ASTM D36 rCB committee, and in his current role as Vice Chair, he leads various task groups within the committee. Pieter consults internationally on various topics related to sustainability, pyrolysis, rCB and other sustainable products for the plastics and rubber industry. Pieter@terhaar-consulting.com
We’d love to hear from you if you’re interested in collaborating, have an issue that needs solving or have an idea for a new innovation… Get in touch with us!
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