Catherine, David and Tobi talk climate change and cities – A panel discussion

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What’s next for federal action on climate change, and what does this mean for cities like Ottawa?

What will a more climate-friendly Ottawa look like, and how will we get there?

What kinds of innovative climate solutions are other cities and countries bringing to the table, and what can we learn from their example?

Join the Honourable Catherine McKenna (Ottawa Centre MP, Minister of Environment and Climate Change), David Chernushenko (Capital Ward Councillor, Chair of the Environment and Climate Protection Committee) and Tobi Nussbaum (Rideau-Rockcliffe Ward Councillor) for a public discussion of these and other pressing questions.

This is a free event, but RSVP is required at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/catherine-david-and-tobi-talk-climate-change-and-cities-tickets-42280857182?aff=website

Climate change is a complex problem, and solving it takes much more than international agreements. In Canada, cities and the federal government need to play a dynamic and mutually reinforcing role in tackling this challenge. And addressing climate change means diving into many other issues – from transportation, to the way we build our cities, to the systems that deliver our food, energy and consumer products.

Ecology Ottawa is pleased to host three of the people driving Ottawa’s climate conversation for an evening panel discussion on cities and climate change. Join us! RSVP here.

  • Who: Catherine McKenna (Ottawa Centre MP, Minister of Environment and Climate Change), David Chernushenko (Capital Ward Councillor, Chair of the Environment and Climate Protection Committee) and Tobi Nussbaum (Rideau-Rockcliffe Ward Councillor).
  • What: “Catherine, David & Tobi talk climate change and cities.” Panel discussion followed by a question and answer session.
  • Where: Ottawa Public Library (downtown branch) auditorium, 120 Metcalfe St.
  • When: Wednesday, January 31, 6:30 p.m. to 8:00p.m. Registration opens at 6:00 p.m.

Categories: Climate Change, Events

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