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Climate Change and YOU Workshops: Climate change and the future - FULL

Thursday, September 19, 2019 12:00to13:30
Peel 3715 Room 200 in the Coach House. Upstairs. , 3715 rue Peel, Montreal, QC, H3A 1X1, CA
FREE with advance registration before September 15

New Series this Fall for the McGill Community: Alumni, Faculty, Staff and Students! 

Please note that this workshop is currently full. Thank you for your understanding.

Participatory workshops for the McGill community to understand the implications of climate change now and for the future. Each day will feature presentations and explorations facilitated by McGill’s climate change specialists such as Catherine Potvin, Ali Rivers, Nicolas Kosoy, Katie Griffiths and Blane Harvey. These intensive proactive workshops will create awareness of climate change from its basics to its global and political effects.

These lunch hour workshops include catered vegetarian locally-sourced food. 

Thursday September 19: Climate change and the future – what are long range (but very soon) impacts on human health, water, energy, transportation, agriculture, forests, and ecosystems. Panel presentations by Catharine Potvin (McGill Biology), Katie Griffiths (Biology, McGill) and Nicolas Kosoy (McGill School of Environment and the Dept Of Natural Resource Sciences).

In English. Where: Room 200, Coach House located at 3715 Peel Street.

All the workshops are FREE. Space is limited and all registration must be received in advance by September 15.

Please register here.

IMAGE: World Wildlife Fund. With generous support from SPF – Tiny Stream.

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