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Action Plan on Climate Change (Queens County)

Course Locations and Times

TermLocationOffering PeriodOffering DayOffering TimeStatus
FallBeaconsfield Carriage House10/22/2021 - 10/22/2021Friday1:30 PM - 3:30 PMOpen
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Course Details

DescriptionCanada’s climate is warming rapidly and faster than the global average. PEI is particularly vulnerable to climate change given it is a coastal jurisdiction. The Government of Prince Edward Island has developed a five-year Climate Change Action Plan that provides a framework for both adapting to changing climate as well as reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Learn what the government of PEI is doing to combat climate change and to how Islanders can reduce their carbon footprint and prepare for these coming changes.
RequirementsAn interest
Objectives
Teaching ProcessPresentation, discussion, Q&A
UPEI Parking Pass Required?No
Additional Costs?No
Additional Costs or InformationNone

Course Facilitator

NameTodd Dupuis
Background
Todd Dupuis is Executive Director, Environment and Climate Change for the PEI Department of Communities Land and Environment