2009 Nov 28: Who is killing Copenhagen?
The international climate change treaty summit is less than a month away in Copenhagen. This week in Toronto, leading experts on the science, policy and politics of global warming will lead a forum on the role Canada is (and isn’t) playing internationally.
- George Monbiot is a columnist for the Guardian and the author of Heat: How to Save the Planet from Burning.
- Richard Littlemore is the co-author of Climate Cover Up: The Crusade to Deny Global Warming.
Countdown to Copenhagen:
Who in Canada is Killing the International Climate Treaty?
Saturday, 2009 November 28, 2 pm – 4 pm
MacLeod Auditorium, Medical Sciences Building
University of Toronto, 1 King’s College Circle
Suggested donation of $10-$25 or PWYC.
Limited seating; arrive early. Media welcome.
George Monbiot will join Elizabeth May a few days later to debate Lawson and Lomborg on the importance of climate change.
This event is organized and sponsored by:
- Power Up Canada
- Climate Action Network, Canada
- Greenpeace Canada
- University of Toronto Student Union
- Science for Peace
|— Rita Bijons on 2009 Nov 21|
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