An Engineering Perspective on Climate Change, Part 2

Wednesday, January 20, 2016 - 7:00pm to 10:00pm

600 Dixon Road (at Martin Grove Road), Holiday Inn Toronto Airport East, Etobicoke Room

What would a warmer future look like?  Come hear about climate science told from an engineering perspective, hear the latest scientific findings, and have your questions answered. Part 2 will look at the range of different possible futures, outlining the options, challenges, and opportunities ahead.  This presentation is rated R for frightening scenes and disturbing content.  Members from Citizens' Climate Lobby (CCL) will be present to talk about their work. 

Presented by, Yannick Trottier, P.Eng., Volunteer for The Climate Reality Project

Professional Engineers Ontario - Toronto-Humber Chapter

RSVP and payment required

[If you are driving, provide your vehicle license plate number (to get free parking) when you register. 

Or, if you are coming by TTC take bus No. 46-Martin Grove, or bus No. 58-Malton.]

Attendance limited to 50; reserve your place by Friday, January 15, 2016. For more information visit the Toronto-Humber Chapter website at, or contact the Toronto‑Humber Chapter by email at or contact Bilal Sherazi, EIT at 416‑524-9297 (before 10:00 p.m.).