Screening and Panel Q&A of Film "Directly Affected" at SFU Images Theatre


Directly Affected is a film about the proposed Kinder Morgan Pipeline Expansion project. It will be introduced by energy policy specialist Prof. Mark Jaccard, and followed by a panel Q&A. Panelist include Andrew Weaver and Lynne Quarmby.
7:20: Traditional First Nations welcome
7:30 Event overview – Tzeporah Berman
7:40 Setting the context – Mark Jaccard
8:00 Introduction to Directly Affected – by film-maker Zack Embree
8:10 Directly Affected screening
8:30 Panel Q&A
8.55 What next?
9.00 Close
This event is hosted by Raincoast Conservation Foundation, SFPIRG and BROKE.
Free or suggested donation of $10.

Wed. Jan 14, 2015
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
SFU Images Theatre, SFU Burnaby Campus
8888 University Dr
Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
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