A\J was thrilled to host a roundtable discussion at the Environmental Studies Association of Canada’s 2015 conference (ESAC 2015), held at Congress 2015 in June.
A panel of experts, including Members of Parliament, leaders of national not-for-profits and experts on policy and climate change, came together to discuss how Canadians can raise environmental and sustainability concerns in the upcoming federal election.
Here’s what some of the speakers had to say after a thoughtful and insightful discussion.
Videos courtesy of The Green Majority. View the event page for the full list of panelist, bios and more.
Elizabeth May, MP - Saanich-Gulf Islands, Green Party
John McKay, MP - Scarborough-Guildwood, Liberal Party
Normand Mousseau, Professor, Université de Montréal
James Meadowcroft, Professor, Carleton University
Stephen Scharper, Associate Professor, University of Toronto
Katharine Fletcher, Journalist
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