On Monday, May 12, there will be a public forum on climate change at the Hamilton Public Library (55 York Blvd.), starting at 7:00 p.m.
The title is 'Climate Change: what can we do in Hamilton?' The focus will be on specific actions that can be taken in Hamilton to make a positive & effective difference. This year the forum is being co-hosted by the Council of Canadians Hamilton Chapter, Environment Hamilton, 350Hamilton, Green Venture, and Idle No More Hamilton
The program will begin with an opening song by the Manitou Mkwa Singers
The speakers are:
Gordon McBean (Director, Research and External Relations Centre for Environment and Sustainability and Director, Policy Studies - Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction),
Brian Kelly (Manager of Sustainability, Office of the CAO, Region of Durham)
Danielle B. (One of the many voices that represent the water and land. Danielle is Anishnaabe Kwe from Garden River, Ontario).
Please share this message and poster with your family, friends and contacts. Ten wonderful community organizations are co-sponsoring this important event and promoting it throughout the city.
Come and be part of developing local solutions to the global problem of climate change.
55 York Blvd
Hamilton, ON L8R 3K1
Google map and directions