Environment ministers to discuss climate change at B.C. leadership summit
February 19, 2016 By Ground Water Canada
Vancouver – A trio of Canadian provincial environment ministers will share insights on how their respective governments approach climate action in an on-stage armchair discussion accessible to GLOBE 2016 leadership conference visitors.
David Heurtel, minister of sustainable development, environment and climate change for Quebec, Mary Polak, minister of environment for British Columbia, and Glen Murray, minister of environment and climate change for Ontario, will participate in the session at the GLOBE Innovation Expo, 11:15 am, Friday, March 4, 2016.
The summit and Innovation Exposition will run at the Vancouver Convention Centre from March 2 to 4. This “Provincial Climate and Prosperity Leadership” session will run in the Presentation Theatre in the Innovation Exposition, accessible to both summit delegates and expo visitors.
“In recent years, provinces have been engaged in something of a ‘race to the top’ on climate action,” said Mike Gerbis, chief executive officer of GLOBE 2016. “I’m looking forward to what I expect will be a spirited dialogue, as Ministers highlight the jobs, investment and other opportunities that their work on climate is unlocking in their respective jurisdictions.”
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