Climate, Clean Energy, and the 2015 Federal Election

This year, Canadians will head to the polls and choose a new federal government. The outcome will have enormous implications for clean energy and climate policy. How will the federal parties likely position themselves? Where is the electorate at?

For our January Clean Energy Quarterly webinar, we’ll welcome two guests who closely track Canada’s political and public-opinion landscape.
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First, David McLaughlin, a strategic advisor to the Faculty of Environment at Waterloo University, the former head of the National Round Table on the Environment and Economy,  and a public policy leader with 30 years of experience in government, political, and private sector settings at national and provincial levels.

Keith Neuman -BorderWe’ll also welcome Keith Neuman, executive director of The Environics Institute for Survey Research, which works to promote public opinion and social research on important public policy issues. Keith will outline recent findings on where Canadians stand on climate action, carbon, and clean energy.

Clean Energy Canada’s James Glave and Dan Woynillowicz will kick off the hour with a quick recap of the trends, milestones and events that shaped the clean-energy landscape in 2014.

We’ll have lots of time for audience questions, so bring your best ones. This online event is free, but space is limited, so sign up today!

WHEN: January 14, 2015, 10AM Pacific / 1PM Eastern
WHERE: Your computer, tablet, or smartphone.


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