Climate Presentations

Do you want to understand the explosion of #climate #litigation around the world? Watch my November 2021 lecture at the University of Toronto School of the Environment.

Do you want an introduction to the Green Party of Ontario Roadmap to Net Zero, the plan that sets the Canadian benchmark for practical, effective action on climate, environment and equity? Watch this free November 2021 webinar for an overview of the plan that answers many audience questions.

Climate crisis overview

Do you want an overview of the climate emergency, and what we should do about it? Here are three versions:

A. Here’s one given to the Danforth Jewish Circle in May 2020.

B. Here’s one given to the University of Toronto Certificate in Corporate Social Responsibility/Sustainability course, May 2019. For those who want to jump to the parts that most interest them, here is the index:

  1. Climate changes everything, slides 2-22

2. Ontario was doing so much right, slides 23 – 30

  • Not anymore, 31-37

3. What we can all do, slides 38-62 

  • Reduce our own climate pollution, 41- 54
  • Get ready for what’s coming, 55
  • Speak up, 56 -61

C. Here is one in three 10-minute segments, designed for high school students:

Climate changes everything, part 1

Ontario was doing so much right, part 2

What we can all do, part 3

Municipalities

What can municipalities do about the climate crisis? Lots. Watch the special meeting of Kingston Council October 22, 2019 and in Hamilton on November 4, 2019. #carbonBudget #BikeLanes #StopSprawl #ProtectNature

What’s the role of waste and waste management? Watch my December 2019 talk about the role of waste in the climate crisis, given in Guelph, Ontario, to launch their new solid waste masterplan.

Corporations and their directors

Watch my Sept. 2019 talk on the duty of corporations to disclose their climate risks, and their vulnerability to lawsuits for climate damage, at Corporations on the Hotseat, Ryerson CSR Institute.

Read my lecture on Environmental Accountability in Ontario published by McGill Law School.

Toronto warming much faster than global average

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