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Wednesday, May 20 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Cities, Climate & COVID: Managing a Future with Multiple Threats | Villes, Climat et COVID: gestion d'un avenir avec des menaces multiples

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By December 2019, more than 500 Canadian municipalities had declared a Climate Emergency - a political acknowledgement that the future depends on urgent action to combat climate change. Then came the Coronavirus. In a world of multiple, complex challenges, how will cities balance people, planet and prosperity? Can cities leverage the pandemic recovery to build a more sustainable future?


En décembre 2019, plus de 500 municipalités canadiennes avaient déclaré une urgence climatique - une reconnaissance politique que l'avenir dépend d'une action urgente pour lutter contre le changement climatique. Puis vint le Coronavirus. Dans un monde aux défis multiples et complexes, comment les villes équilibreront-elles les gens, la planète et la prospérité? Les villes peuvent-elles tirer parti de la reprise de la pandémie pour construire un avenir plus durable?

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Rik Logtenberg

Founder, Climate Caucus

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Charlie Clark

Mayor, City of Saskatoon
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Lisa Helps

Mayor, City of Victoria
Mayor Helps believes that it is her job as Mayor of Victoria to employ business sensibilities and community values to lead an organization that serves all of its citizens.With a transparent and common sense approach to decision-making, Mayor Helps has championed both citizen-led and... Read More →
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Berry Vrbanovic

Mayor, City of Kitchener
Berry Vrbanovic was elected as Mayor of the City of Kitchener in 2014, after serving as a City Councillor from 1994-2014. In addition to serving on all regular standing committees of Kitchener city council and Region of Waterloo council, Berry is also an appointee and active participant... Read More →

Wednesday May 20, 2020 2:00pm - 2:45pm EDT
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