2006 Sep 21: Hot or not? Canada’s post-Kyoto strategy for tackling global warming

Elizabeth May is at it again.

Thursday, 2006 September 21 at 6pm.
King Edward Hotel, Windsor Ballroom, 37 King St East.

With the Conservative government’s decision to move away from our Kyoto commitments and move towards the voluntary approach of the Asia-Pacific Partnership for Clean Development and Climate (or AP-6), Canada must answer critical questions regarding the direction and substance of its environmental strategy, as well as the role it will play globally when it comes to environmental issues.

  • Elizabeth May (Leader, Federal Green Party),
  • Peter Foster (Columnist, National Post and author), and
  • Dr. Thomas Homer-Dixon (Director, Trudeau Centre for Peace & Conflict Studies, UofT and author of ‘The Ingenuity Gap’),

will each present their environmental strategies for Canada, and then debate the topic, head-to-head.

Media are welcome to attend the debate and to pose questions during the question and answer period.

The Canadian Institute of International Affairs is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that has been providing Canadians with a non-partisan, nation-wide forum for discussion, analysis and debate of foreign policy issues for over 75 years.

For more info, you can visit www.ciia.org/toronto or call Jordan Dupuis at 416 977-9000 x23.

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