Great success at FACTS conference leading up to COP21


After the success of last november French Ameri-Can Climate Talks in Vancouver, the Consulate General of France, Carbon Talks and the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions are organizing a free public dialogue on "From Local to Global Challenges, What Needs to Be Done for a Successful Climate Conference in Paris 2015? A Political Discussion on the Road to the COP21" starring:

  • Hon. Mary POLAK, B.C. Environment Minister
  • Nicolas CHAPUIS, newly appointed Ambassador of France to Canada
  • Gregor ROBERTSON, Mayor of the city of Vancouver

Michaël SMALL, Executive director of Renewable Cities and Carbon Talks will moderate the panel.

A Q&A session with the audience will follow the panel discussion. Some questions from Twitter will also be selected. To participate virtually, please use the hash tag #COP21.


The December 2015 Conference of the Parties (COP21) will be one of the most important international climate conferences ever. The stakes are high: with new evidence that we will surpass the global 2C temperature increase targets, COP21 represents our best hope for a binding agreement between countries. This Conference could set the conditions for a transition towards resilient, low-carbon societies and economies.

Date: Thursday, 26 March 2015 5pm till 6:30pm
Location: SFU Asia-Pac Hall, Wosk Centre for Dialogue, 580 W Hastings St
By reservation: Eventbrite

Note that the conference will be live webcasted HERE.

Dernière modification : 13/02/2019

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