e-Dialogue on Ottawa:
A Capital City of the Future or a Capital Backwater?
Friday, November 6, 2009, 1:00—3:00 p.m. PDT and 4:00—6:00 p.m. EDT
Join us on-line for a critical real-time discussion on Ottawa: A Capital City of the Future or a Capital Backwater?
Our expert panel will be discussing developing a citizen’s action plan for the city of Ottawa, seriously responding to peak oil and climate change.
The expert panel brings together activists, community planners, and researchers from landscape ecology, public administration and community engagement, a biodiversity
expert, and an economist to examine how to become a capital leader in implementing a long-term integrated sustainability plan for all Canadians.
Moderated by Dr. Ann Dale
, Canada Research Chair on Sustainable Community
Development at Royal Roads University.
, Hamilton, Thomas & Associates;
, environmental consultant and auditor and founding chair of Sustainable Living Ottawa East;
, Manager, Energy Planning,
Dr. Chris Stoney,
School of Public Policy and Administration, Carleton
, Executive Coordinator, Canadian Biodiversity Institute;
Dr. Chris Ling
, Post-Doctoral Scholar, Royal Roads University;
, Environmental Researcher; and
, Research Fellow, Centre on Governance, University of Ottawa.
Tune in to www.e-Dialogues.ca
and register in the e-audience to ‘listen’ to the expert dialogues and ask questions of the panelists. Participate in the e-audience and make a
difference to shaping the future sustainable development of our capital city.
Following the first hour and a half conversation, the moderator will take questions from the audience to
the panel. The e-Dialogue will be archived for future access.
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