Climate Goals: Addressing Intersecting Crises ESS Lecture
Climate Goals: Addressing Intersecting Crises
Meghan McMorris, Ecology Action Centre, Halifax NS
Friday 27 September 2019 was an historical day worldwide. In
communities across Nova Scotia, over 10,000 people marched to demand
that our Federal and Provincial governments take more action to address
the climate crisis. The message was clear: we are living in a climate
crisis and must take action now. This talk will explore the moment were
are in, what actions are happening, and possible tools can we use to
spur more action?
Meghan McMorris is the Community Energy Coordinator at the Ecology Action Centre. She is an advocate of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals
and works on making climate change relateable to peoples' everyday
lives. She is continually exploring accessible, effective, and equitable
solutions to the climate crisis.
Co-hosted with the Dalhousie Student Union (DSU) as part of Green Week 2020.
Ondaatje Hall, McCain Building, 6135 University Avenue
Part of the Winter 2020 ESS Lecture Series hosted by the College of Sustainability.
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