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Advances in Conservation, Efficiency and Smart Grids: Danish & Ontario perspectives

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Advances in Conservation, Efficiency and Smart Grids: Danish & Ontario perspectives

Feb 29, 2012, 8:30am-11am

Join FES's Sustainable Energy Initiative, in partnership with Cisco and the Danish Consulate, as we hear from the following speakers:
 

Beyond Dangerous Climate Change: the void between rhetoric and reality in reducing GHG emissions.

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Beyond Dangerous Climate Change: the void between rhetoric and reality in reducing GHG emissions.

What we say we need to do, what is actually happening, and what is really involved in achieving the rhetoric. Based on the work of Kevin Anderson; presentation by George Morrison. PWYC  ($3 suggested) PSAC, www.torontoclimatecampaign.org

Climate Change and Human Health: What does Céline Dion have to say about that?

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Centre for Environment, University of Toronto
WINTER/SPRING 2012 ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH SEMINAR SERIES
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Please see directions to the location below. Parking: underground at rear of Bahen Centre, at 213 Huron St.,
1 block west, north of College Street.

France Moore Lappé Ecomind: Changing the way we think, to create the world we want.

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Frances Moore Lappe, the author of the new book ``Ecomind: Changing the way we think, to create the world we want`` and previously ``Diet for a Small Planet`` talking at 7:30pm at the Wychwood Barns (601 Christie Street), $15 at the door.

Canada's role in the European Union Fuel Quality Directive

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Panel discussion contrasting the progressive EU energy policies against the Canadian Government support for tar sands oil.

With spec ial guest: Member of European Parliament , Kriton Arsenis
Remarks also by Nusa Urbancic, Transport and Environment & Keith Stewart, Greenpeace Canada
Moderated by Professor Doug MacDonald, University of Toronto, Centre for Environment

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