Governing For Ecological Citizenship In Atlantic Canada

Dialogues at Thinkers Lodge

Join us for a 4 part Webinar Series hosted by Centre for Local Prosperity.

Climate disruption, ecological degradation, overpopulation and conspicuous consumption have created a perfect storm that if left unchecked will result in societal and ecological breakdown. As systems break down, opportunities for creative long-term change begin to emerge. These breakthroughs can lead us toward new ways of governing and new models of economy. The future of humanity and earth’s biophysical systems depend on finding and implementing breakthroughs that are socially just and ecologically regenerative. These dialogues are intended to open up conversations for change in Atlantic Canada.

Governing For Ecological Citizenship In Atlantic Canada

June 16th 7 - 8:30pm ADT

David Orr, Scott Leckie and Rankin MacSween will join Centre for Local Prosperity Host Gregory Heming for a 1 hour discussion followed by a 30 minute Q&A session with the public.

Political leadership in the 21st century must find the courage to help the public understand and face the difficult reality of societal and ecological breakdown. Such leadership must transcend party politics and narrow parochial municipal self-interest. This dialogue may help Atlantic Canadians navigate a predicament unlike any that humanity has ever faced.

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Event Date 16 June, 2021 7:00 pm
Event End Date 16 June, 2021 8:30 pm
Individual Price Free
Location Online/En ligne
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