Come learn about Donut Economics, how BC Green Policy fits with it and sustainability and low carbon economic policies. We will have three panelists Dr. Trevor Hancock Professor Emeritus School of Public Health and Social Policy, Liz Lilly, former Executive Director of the Climate Action Secretariat, Architect of the 2017 BC Green Platform, and former Chief of Staff for the BC Green Caucus and Dr. Tamara Krawchenko, Assistant Professor in the School of Public Administration and member of the Institute for Integrated Energy Systems. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion.
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