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How Can Canada Lead in the Net-Zero Innovation Space

Date: April 18th, 2023 | Time: 3:00 pm | Location: McGill Faculty Club, Ballroom | Free Event | Register below

On April 18th, 2023, a Keynote Conversation titled "Structured Pathways – How Can Canada Lead in the Net-Zero Innovation Space" will take place at the McGill Faculty Club Ballroom. The event is scheduled to begin at 3:00 pm.

The event will feature three speakers. Dr. James Meadowcroft, from the Department of Political Science at Carleton University, will be one of the speakers. Dr. Sara Hastings Simons from the University of Calgary will also be a speaker, although she will participate virtually through Zoom. The third speaker will be Dr. Bruce Lourie, who will serve as the moderator for the conversation.

The Keynote Conversation will focus on the topic of how Canada can lead in the net-zero innovation space by developing structured pathways. The speakers will discuss strategies and ideas for promoting innovation and achieving net-zero emissions in Canada. The event promises to be an informative and engaging discussion for anyone interested in the future of Canada's role in the fight against climate change.

Dr. Bruce Lourie, PhD  

Sara Hastings-Simon, PhD

James Meadowcroft, PHD

bruce lourie Sara Hastings-Simon  James Meadowcroft

President, Ivey Foundation

TISED Scholar in Residence

Assistant Professor, Dept of Physics and Astronomy and School of Public Policy

Director, MSc Sustainable Energy Development Program (SEDV) University of Calgary

Professor in both the Department of Political Science and the School

of Public Policy and Administration

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