#PowerShiftWR: Transforming Energy in Waterloo RegionExport this event to calendar

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 — 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM EDT

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Energy permeates everything we do. From our purchases to our mobility to our homes and workplaces, it is the foundation of a modern economy. But our relationship to energy is changing, caught between technological development, urgent need for climate action, and concern over economic competitiveness.

Join the University of Waterloo and the Kitchener Public Library for a conversation on the big shifts we can expect to see in the over the coming decades to address these challenges, and what those will mean for people in Waterloo Region.

Registration: Space is limited, so please register.

Speakers

Janti Nathwani

Dr. Jatin Nathwani - Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering and Executive Director of the Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Energy

Heather Douglas

Dr. Heather Douglas - Professor, Philosophy and Waterloo Chair in Science and Society

Sarah Burch

Dr. Sarah Burch - Professor, Geography and Canada Research Chair in Sustainability Governance and Innovation

 

Additional Info

Moderator

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The event will be moderated by Mike Farwell, Morning Show Co-host on Country 106.7 and an active member in the community

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The event will take place as part of the broader #PowerShiftWR campaign.

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Cost 
Free
Location 
Kitchener Public Library, Central Branch

85 Queen St N

Kitchener, ON N2H 2H1
Canada

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