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Room ES 149 (basement), Earth Sciences Building, University of Toronto, 5 Bancroft Avenue
UNFCCC COP21 STUDENT DELEGATION
Stephen Scharper, Associate Professor, Anthropology, U of T Mississauga; and School of the Environment
Christelle Broux, 4th year undergraduate doing majors in Environment & Science, and Physical & Environmental Geography, and a minor in Environmental Studies
Sophie Guilbault, PhD student in Urban Planning
Larissa Parker, 4th year undergraduate doing majors in Environmental Studies, and Ethics, Society & the Law; and a minor in Political Science
Keven Roy, PhD student in Physics
Alissa Saieva, second year JD law student
Alice Zhu, 3rd year undergraduate doing a specialist in Environmental Chemistry
DESCRIPTION: The U of T student delegates to the COP21 climate change conference in Paris in December, 2015, as well as delegate Professor Stephen Scharper, will discuss their experience and analysis of COP21 – what was accomplished and what still needs to be addressed. The outcome from COP21 is regarded as crucial in addressing urgent climate change issues, particularly in light of the failure of COP16 in Copenhagen, in 2009, to do so.
Please note that refreshments will be served prior to each seminar at around 3:45pm in Rm. ES 1042, 5 Bancroft Avenue, Earth Sciences Building.
To help the environment, please bring your own mug.
Seminars are FREE. No registration or fee required; all are welcome.
Seminars are subject to change or cancellation. Please visit http://www.environment.
for schedule updates, abstracts and speakers' bios.
For parking information, please call 416-978-PARK for info and rates.