Tag Archives: climate change

High Tide on Main Street, July 22

  Rising sea level is of particular importance to coastal communities like those that make up Metro Vancouver. Join Carbon Talks and oceanographer and author John Englander, to discuss sea level rise, its economic and geographic impacts, and how we … Continue reading

Posted in @ SFU, Event | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Bring Your Boomers #4: Election Forum Real Talk on Climate Change, April 3

As part of Gen Why Media’s ongoing inter-generational dialogue series, we are hosting a very special Bring Your Boomers focused on the 2013 BC Provincial Election.
Bring Your Boomers Election Forum: Real Talk on Climate Change will bring together young voters … Continue reading

Posted in Conversation, Dialogue, Event, Storytelling | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Carbon Talks Event: Provincial Climate Change Policy – Making Progress on Climate Action since 2008: Minister Terry Lake

Please join Carbon Talks, in association with Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions, for the chance to hear Minister of Environment Terry Lake speak on BC’s Climate Change Policy over the last four years. This is a great opportunity to learn … Continue reading

Posted in @ SFU, Event | Tagged | Leave a comment

Carbon Talks Brown Bag Lunch Tuesday, April 10

The event is free, but seating is limited.  To register http://i.sfu.ca/dljYtv

Posted in Brown Bag Lunch | Tagged | Leave a comment

The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars

The Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions and the David Suzuki Foundation are pleased to host Nobel Laureate Michael Mann for a lecture on February 19 from 6:00 to 7:30 pm at the SFU Harbour Centre, Room 220 Find out about … Continue reading

Posted in Lecture | Tagged | Leave a comment

International Climate Change Diplomacy: Where to From Durban? Featuring Elizabeth May

Featuring Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada. Join us on January 26 from 12:30 to 1:30 PM at the SFU Harbour Centre, room 1700 (Labatt Hall). Elizabeth May will share some of her perspectives on the recent … Continue reading

Posted in Brown Bag Lunch | Tagged , , | Leave a comment