Preventing Climate Disaster: A Panel Discussion on Federal Climate Policy

On Wednesday, December 6th, Ecology Ottawa is hosting a free public talk at the downtown Ottawa Public Library about what the Federal government is doing to address climate change. Bringing their own unique policy focus, panelists will be touching on agricultural reform and dietary change, transportation, energy, and civil society engagement.

WHEN
December 06, 2017 at 6:30pm – 8:30pm

WHERE
Ottawa Public Library – Centretown
120 Metcalfe St
Auditorium

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/preventing-climate-disaster-prevenir-une-catastrophe-globale-tickets-40722525169

Joining us will be:

CATHERINE ABREU, Executive Director, Climate Action Network Canada

DALE MARSHALL, National Program Director, Environmental Defence

ANNIE BÉRUBÉ, Director of Government Relations, Équiterre

Panel will be moderated by:

ANTHONY GAROUFALIS-AUGER, Renewable City organizer, Ecology Ottawa

RSVPing is free and open to the public. Auditorium is wheelchair accessible.

CONTACT
Anthony Garoufalis-Auger · anthony.garoufalis-auger@ecologyottawa.ca

Categories: Climate Change, Events

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