Pipelines and Climate Policy: Where are We Now?

Date: 
January 6, 2017 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Location

Room 120, CK Choi Building
1855 West Mall, UBC
Vancouver , BC

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Over the past several months the Trudeau government has made some major choices about energy and environmental policy for Canada: it rejected one oil sands pipeline, approved two, and came to an agreement with the provinces on a climate plan that makes substantial progress towards meeting Canada’s international targets. This panel of UBC experts and community representatives assesses these decisions and discusses what’s next. 

Registration is full, please join by webcast.  

Panelists:

Simon Donner, UBC Geography: The climate math of Canada’s updated policies

Kathryn Harrison, UBC Political Science: Federal-provincial dynamics in climate politics

George Hoberg, UBC Liu Institute: Pipeline politics

Stewart Muir, ResourceWorks: Social development issues

Eugene Kung, West Coast Environmental Law: First Nations legal issues

Christianne Wilhelmson, Georgia Strait Alliance: Environmental group perspective

This event is being organized by the Liu Institute for Global Issues in partnership with the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions at UBC.