Inter-Generational Mini-Conference & Workshop
Mark the End of International Women’s Week!
Attend an Inter-Generational Mini-Conference & Workshop on
The Impacts of Climate Change on People and Places:
Women Leading Research and Action
Sunday, March 11, 1.30 – 4.30
KTS Lecture Hall, New Academic Building,
Kings University, Cobourg Road
Registration begins at 1.15
Megan Leslie, MP and Opposition Critic for the Environment
Panels and Discussion:
What are the risks and potential impacts of climate change?
What are governments doing to ameliorate the risks and help populations adapt to climate change?
What can we do?
- Emilie Novacek, Canadian Youth Climate Coalition;
- Judith Read Guersey, Department of Health and Epidemiology, Dalhousie University;
- Patricia Manuel, School of Planning, Dalhousie University;
- Kyle Milne, Department of the Environment, Government of Nova Scotia;
- Shannon Miedema, HRM
This event is organized by
The Canadian Federation of University Women-Halifax
The Canadian Youth Climate Change Coalition-Halifax
Organizers acknowledge the support and assistance of the Dalhousie Office of Sustainability, members of CRIAW-Nova Scotia, and the University of Kings College
For more information please contact:
Stella Lord: Lords(at)eastlink.ca; 477 0094
Janet Adams: jsa(at)eastlink.ca
Emilie Novacek: enovaczek(at)gmail.com