Suncor presents The Walrus Talks Energy
Tuesday, October 1, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Walrus Talks Energy
Eighty minutes of lively, thought-provoking ideas about our sustainable energy future and the role of energy in Canadian (and the world's) society.
Institute for Science, Society, and Policy’s Peter Calamai
The Energy Conundrum
Globe and Mail's Sophie Cousineau
Dunsky Energy Consulting's Philippe Dunsky
Lumos Energy's Chris Henderson
University of Calgary’s David Layzell
Visualizing the Grid
McGill University's Zetian Mi
Lighting the Way
Queen’s University’s Bryne Purchase
Student Energy’s Kali Taylor
Tuesday, October 1, 6 p.m.
Reception to follow.
Moyse Hall Theatre, McGill University | 845 Sherbrook Street West | Montreal, Quebec
For more information, visit thewalrus.ca/energytalks
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