Join us for our new weekly speaker series about what comes next as it relates to our country, the economic system and the climate crisis once the coronavirus has come and gone. Each week, Canadian thought leaders will answer three questions:
- What are your top three 'teachable moments' from this time?
- Big picture: What can we expect of a post-COVID-19 world?
- What does Alberta look like on the other side of this and what would be optimal?
There will be time for Q&A.
We go live at 7:05 so you can continue showing your support for medical and front-line workers.
Schedule change: Our second speaker will be Sarah Hastings Simon. A Research Fellow at the University of Calgary School of Public Policy, Sara's work focuses on Low Carbon Energy Transitions at the intersection of technology, business and policy. She has experience across the clean economy in renewables, energy efficiency and cleantech. Her work has included research and presentations on the state of the cleantech industry and success factors, development of a detailed model of the North American power sector, international and domestic policy for climate change and emissions reduction, and consulting work on key business issues with both incumbents and attackers across the cleantech sector such as utilities, solar developers, VC firms, and governments.
We’ll be broadcasting to you via Facebook Live where you can participate in the night’s conversation by asking the questions you think need answering via the live-feed. Or, you can sign up for a Zoom link by giving us your email below.
Our speaker lineup:
Dr Joe Vipond - April 23 (Past)
Dr. Sarah Hastings Simon - April 30
Mark Jaccard - May 7th
Druh Farrell- May 14th
Tom Rand - May 21
Eriel Deranger - May 28th
RSVP for the link to join.
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Please note this event will be recorded and may be shared or re-broadcast.