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DATE: Monday December 5th TIME: 10:30 - 12:00 (come early for refreshments!) LOCATION: Alex Trebek Hall, uOttawa (157 Séraphin-Marion Private) What policies would put Canada amongst the world's leaders in clean transportation? Despite the recent hype surrounding electric vehicles, a transition to electric mobility will not happen without strong climate policy. Professor Jonn...
Événement - 30 novembre 2016 - Tag : Electrification of transportation, Public Lectures, Transportation
DATE: Monday December 5th TIME: 10:30 - 12:00 (come early for refreshments!) LOCATION: Alex Trebek Hall, uOttawa (157 Séraphin-Marion Private) What policies would put Canada amongst the world's leaders in clean transportation? Despite the recent hype surrounding electric vehicles, a transition to electric mobility will not happen without strong climate policy. Professor Jonn...
Événement - 30 novembre 2016 - Tag : Electrification of transportation, Public Lectures, Transportation
DATE: Monday December 5th TIME: 10:30 - 12:00 (come early for refreshments!) LOCATION: Alex Trebek Hall, uOttawa (157 Séraphin-Marion Private) What policies would put Canada amongst the world's leaders in clean transportation? Despite the recent hype surrounding electric vehicles, a transition to electric mobility will not happen without strong climate policy. Professor Jonn...
Événement - 30 novembre 2016 - Tag : Electrification of transportation, Public Lectures, Transportation
November 30, 2016 at 19h00 Room A104, Bob Wright Building, University of Victoria Come learn about faith-driven, local and accessible actions of ecological justice and caring for our common home. Presentation on Spirituality and post-COP21 engagement in light of Laudato Si and the Pope’s call to action on the Environment by Steven Guilbeault, Co-Founder and Senior...
Événement - 28 novembre 2016 - Tag : Climate change, Climate change, Public Lectures
Newman Theological College, Gathering Area 10012-84 Street NW, Edmonton T6A 0B2   In the encyclical Laudato Si’, Pope Francis has asked as to begin a new dialogue, a conversation that “includes everyone”, “ each according to his or her own culture, experience, involvements and talents”. On November 30th join us at Newman Theological College...
Événement - 28 novembre 2016 - Tag : Climate change, Climate change, Public Lectures, Speakers
“Sharing research that grows organic” is the theme of the Second Canadian Organic Science Conference. On the program: two days of conference presentations (in English) and a field day of visits to Quebec organic farms. World renowned international and Canadian scientists will present their research in all aspects of organic agriculture, including crop and...
Événement - 13 juillet 2016 - Tag : Organization, Public Lectures, Speakers
On Thursday, February 13 at 6:30 p.m., the Maison du développement durable is joining forces with Cataléthique to host "Travailler avec des collègues aux valeurs différentes : quelques pistes" a cocktail party and French-language conference.  For more information (in French only)
Événement - 15 janvier 2014 - Tag : Cataléthique, Organization, Public Lectures
Steven Guilbeault of Equiterre and Kim Cornelissen of the Association québécoise de lutte contre la pollution atmosphérique (AQLPA) will be providing an information session for citizens concerning TransCanada's Energy East pipeline project. The company wants to convert an existing natural gas pipeline to carry crude oil – including tar sands oil – from Alberta and...
Steven Guilbeault of Equiterre and Kim Cornelissen of the Association québécoise de lutte contre la pollution atmosphérique (AQLPA) will be providing an information session for citizens concerning TransCanada's Energy East pipeline project. The company wants to convert an existing natural gas pipeline to carry crude oil – including tar sands oil – from Alberta and...
TransCanada, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL project, announced on August 1 that it would proceed with its Energy East Pipeline project. The company plans to convert an existing pipeline to carry oil from Alberta to Ontario, and to build a new pipeline from Cornwall, Ontario to Saint John, New Brunswick. The project would bring 1.1 million barrels of oil per...
Événement - 8 octobre 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Information sessions, Public Lectures