Environmental Leadership: The importance of non-partisanship in the age of polarized politics

Tickets no longer available online but will be available at the door

September 13, 2016 at 6:45pm (doors and reception at 6:00pm)

Vancouver, BC  

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 Member of Parliament Joyce Murray, Vancouver City Councillor Andrea Reimer, Professor Nancy Olewiler

Can we look beyond partisanship to solve the environmental challenges we are facing? Are we even able to solve those challenges without working across party lines?

On September 13, 2016 in Vancouver, GreenPAC, in partnership with Simon Fraser University's School of Public Policy, will host a high-calibre panel discussion tackling difficult but essential questions like these. Panelists will explore the importance of non-partisan environmental action in Canada’s highly polarized political climate, and share their experiences as environmental leaders in the public sphere.

Tickets no longer available online but are available at the door

Our experienced and remarkable panelists include Vancouver Quadra MP and GreenPAC-endorsed Liberal Joyce Murray; Vancouver city councillor Andrea Reimer,with an outstanding municipal environmental leadership record; and Nancy Olewiler, GreenPAC Expert Panel member, professor at SFU’s School of Public Policy and former director of the school. The panel will be moderated by GreenPAC board member and sustainability expert and lawyer Joanna Kyriazis.

This is a rare opportunity to discuss how to move forward on the urgent environmental issues we face using cooperation and cross-partisanship. Get your ticket today!

Note: Tickets will be available at the door

WHEN
September 13, 2016 at 6pm - 8pm
WHERE
Djavad Mowafaghian World Art Centre, Goldcorp Centre for the Arts
149 W Hastings
Vancouver, BC V6B
Canada
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CONTACT
Sabrina Bowman · · 647-496-1975