In the last six months alone, representatives from the City of Vancouver have participated in important conversations at the Vatican, the United Nations, and the White House - and now the world is truly coming together to take action in Paris to combat climate change and create a more sustainable and equitable society.
Building on the successes of the Greenest City 2020 Action Plan and the City's new commitment to 100% Renewable Energy by 2050, Vancouver's leadership and innovation have helped to shape and inspire how other cities and governments around the world are taking action to create a more sustainable, and equitable society.
Join Councillor Andrea Reimer to discuss Vancouver's leadership on sustainability, efficiency and social equality.
Town Hall with Andrea Reimer: Vancouver's leadership on sustainability, efficiency and social equality
Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015 | 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
SFU Wosk Centre for Dialogue - Lower Concourse | 580 W Hastings St
Joining Councillor Andrea Reimer with be Betsy Agar and David Isaac. Betsy Agar was a founding member of Renewable Cities, holds a Professional Engineers of Ontario license and a Masters in Environmental Science (McMaster). David Isaac (Wugadusk) is a Mi’kmaq originally from Listuguj, Quebec, and currently serves as the interim executive director for the Centre for Native Policy and Research and has most recently started two new companies: FirstTerra (Environmental Remediation) and W Dusk Group.