Fall 2019 Eakin Lecture

Jeudi, 21 novembre, 2019 17:00à19:00
Faculty Club Salle de billard, 3450, rue McTavish, Montréal, QC, H3A 0E5, CA

*Veuillez noter que le discours Eakin sera présenté en anglais:

Balancing "Competing" Interests: How Albertans Think about Energy Transition

During the 2019 federal election, while some Canadians demonstrated unprecedented concern about the environment, others presented action on the environment as an “existential” threat to economic prosperity, particularly for provinces like Alberta. In this semester’s Eakin Lecture, Visiting Fellow Melanee Thomas will present a research-based argument for why it is in Canada’s, and particularly Alberta’s interest to seriously plan for transitioning away from fossil fuels. Her project will examine who is most (and least) likely to be part of a conversation about the need for transition, and how malleable their opinions are. What makes people supportive of energy transition, from fossil fuels toward more renewable sources of energy?

Date: Le 21 novembre, 2019

Heure: 17h à 19h30 (Le discours aura lieu entre 17h et 18h15, et sera suivi par un cocktail entre 18h15 et 19h00)

Lieu: Le Cercle Universitaire de McGill, Salle de billard. 3450 rue McTavish.

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