Climate Dialogue: Reimagining Canadian Federalism in the Climate Change Era

Thu, Mar 28, 2024

12:00 PM - 01:30 PM MDT

Climate Dialogue is a platform for open and rational discourse on some of the most important albeit contentious issues on climate governance in Canada. It brings together stakeholders with varying viewpoints to address contentions and craft solutions. At the next Dialogue, we address the subject -  Reimagining Canadian Federalism in the Climate Change Era. Discussants and participants will engage with questions including whether Canada's federalism is fit for purpose in addressing climate change and consider proposals to make our federal system less inimical to ambitious and urgent climate actions.

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David Wright

Professor of Law, University of Calgary, Faculty of Law

Anna Johnston

Co-chair, Environmental Planning and Assessment Caucus, Canadian Environmental Network; Staff Lawyer, West Coast Environmental Law

Jason Unger

Director, Environmental Law Center

Richard Mailey

PhD - Director, Center for Constitutional Studies


Location details

University of Alberta, Law Centre, Room: 105

Address: Law Centre, 111 Street Northwest, Edmonton, AB, Canada