Douglas Pimlott Memorial Lecture
ABSTRACT: The spatial focus of...
8th floor, OISE (252 Bloor St. W, St. George subway), U of T
The province of Ontario is moving forward with re-building four reactors at Darlington, which would lock us into a high-cost risky centralized power system until 2050. The Ontario Clean Air Alliance (behind Ontario’s successful coal phase-out) contends that we can lower our energy bills and move to a 100% renewable electricity grid by 2030 by a combining energy conservation and efficiency with water power from Quebec. Join us in an active discussion about the pros and cons of nuclear vs. water power, and find out how you can plug in to help shape Ontario energy policy.
With Jack Gibbons, Ontario Clean Air Alliance
For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Read our report here: http://www.cleanairalliance.org/files/hydroimports-oct2.pdf
Read our leaflet here: http://www.cleanairalliance.org/files/qbhydro.pdf
Event co-sponsored by Ontario Clean Air Alliance and Alumni for a Free U of T