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SOLD OUT - Climate Change and YOU Workshops: Climate change globally and politically

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 12:00to13:30
McTavish 3610 Room 430 in the Environmental Health and Safety Building (on the corner of avenue Wilder Penfield), 3610 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 1Y2, CA
FREE with advance registration before September 15

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

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. 

Wednesday September 18: Climate change globally and politically. Facilitated by Shaun Turney and Blane Harvey (Dept. Integrated Studies in Education, McGill School of Environment).

In English. Where: Room 430 in the Environmental Health and Safety Building, 3610 McTavish, corner of avenue Wilder Penfield.

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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