webinar - Public event
(Update: The webinar has ended. View the video, slides, and Twitter recap below.)
Date: Thursday, April 20, 2017
Time: 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. (PDT)
The Pembina Institute, Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions, and Clean Energy B.C. presented a public forum about the clean economy and climate action with representatives of British Columbia’s three major political parties.
Clean Growth and the 2017 B.C. Election featured leading candidates from the B.C. Liberal Party, B.C. NDP, and B.C. Green Party, who shared their perspectives and took questions from our panel of industry and community leaders.
Attendance via web or telephone was free, but online registration was required. Spaces were limited, so signing up early was recommended.
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Replay the webinar
View the recap on Twitter Moments: ⚡️ Clean Growth and the 2017 B.C. Election
- National Observer: Mega-dam driving clean energy out of B.C., critics tell Liberals
- DeSmog Canada: B.C. Scales Down Energy-Saving Measures to Manufacture Demand for Site C: UBC Report
- The ECOReport: Pembina's Clean Energy & Climate Debate Illustrated Very "Alternate" Realities
Mary Polak — B.C. Liberal Party (Langley)
- George Heyman — B.C. NDP (Vancouver-Fairview)
- Andrew Weaver — B.C. Green Party (Oak Bay-Gordon Head)
- Judith Sayers (Kekinusuqs) — adjunct professor, Gustavson School of Business, University of Victoria
- Sybil Seitzinger — executive director, Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions
- Tony Gioventu — executive director, Condominium Home Owners’ Association of B.C.
- Bryan MacLeod — manager of clean energy development and operations, Clean Energy B.C.
- Josha MacNab — B.C. director, Pembina Institute
- Report: Modelling the Impact of the Climate Leadership Plan & Federal Carbon Price on B.C.’s Emissions
- Infographic: The many benefits of energy efficient homes and buildings
- Media advisory: Pembina Institute available for comment on B.C. election, climate policy, and clean economy
- Webinar: B.C.’s carbon pollution and the 2017 election