Join the University Climate Change Coalition (UC3) Vancouver Summit for a free evening panel discussion, online and in person. The panel will explore the question: “How do we use the resources and influence of universities to catalyze partnerships and innovation for accelerated climate action across industry, government and greater society?”
Register for this free event here.
The panel will examine this question from several scales, including the campus, regional, and global scale. It will examine the opportunities universities have to build collaborative climate solutions, highlight the role of research in policy-making, and showcase innovative projects that are helping to catalyze and scale-up solutions and action from higher education climate experts.
This event will be hosted in-person at the UBC Vancouver campus and will also offer virtual access. Those participating in-person can join at 4:30 p.m. for a pre-event reception featuring light refreshments.
PICS is proud to support this event through the Event Partnerships Program.
John Robinson is a Professor at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, and the School of the Environment, at the University of Toronto; an Honorary Professor with the Institute for Resources, Environment & Sustainability at The University of British Columbia; and an Adjunct Professor with the Copenhagen Business School.
Associate Dean, Research and Industrial Partnerships. Walter began his career working with Ballard Power Systems, British Gas Investments Canada, and universities more than twenty years ago. He was a founder and Board member for General Hydrogen Corporation, and the Institute for Breakthrough Energy Technologies in Vancouver.
Peter Schlosser is the vice president and vice provost of the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory at Arizona State University. He is the University Professor of Global Futures and holds joint appointments in the School of Sustainability, the School of Earth and Space Exploration in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.
Cynthia María Villarreal Muraira, Master of Public Policy (Directora de Desarrollo Sostenible y Vinculación, Vicepresidencia de Inclusión, Impacto Social y Sostenibilidad, Tecnológico de Monterrey)