Addressing the Global 2030 Agenda for climate change, disaster risk reduction and sustainable development goals requires understanding the interrelationships among the environment, economy, society, cultures and beyond.
Graeme Maxton made a presentation to the CACOR AGM in May 2017. He is a critic of modern economic thinking and the co-author (with Jorgen Randers) of the book “Reinventing Prosperity, Managing economic growth to reduce unemployment, inequality and climate change.” Club of Rome Link…
This presentation will focus on: Sharing the Land We Know as Canada and Nation to Nation Relationships to Honour Our First Responsibility: Taking Care of the Land With a View For At Least Seven Generations.
Alan Emery Recent global warming is the result of a range of human activities. By examining the climates in the geological past as proxy observations of real events, we can describe what we can expect future climates to be like based on both the past observations and any changes we decide to make. From those […]
Religion and climate change science; both belong to the socio-cultural world of humanity but are they mutually exclusive? Is there any role for religion in the science of climate change and the broader world of environmental protection? Such questions form the basis of this talk, which explores Buddhist religious archetypes and the notion that engagement […]