MScSM Sustainability Leaders' Series 2022

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The MScSM Program is proud to offer the Sustainability Leaders' Series, an annual lecture series on topics in sustainability.

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The MScSM Program is excited to announce that this year's Sustainability Leaders' Series keynote will be given by MP Elizabeth May. This event will be delivered online and recordings will be made available afterwards.

Please register in order to receive the corresponding Zoom link.

Please visit our website for more information on our past speakers.


January 20, 2:00 to 3:30PM EST

After COP26 – What now? Can we keep 1.5 alive?

Elizabeth May served as Leader of the Green Party of Canada from 2006 – 2019, in 2011 becoming the Green Party of Canada’s first elected Member of Parliament representing Saanich-Gulf Islands. She will continue as Member of Parliament, serving as the Parliamentary Leader of the Green Caucus.

In 2005, Elizabeth May was made an Officer of the Order of Canada in recognition of her decades of leadership in the Canadian environmental movement. She graduated from Dalhousie Law School and was admitted to the Bar in both Nova Scotia and Ontario. She practiced law in Ottawa with the Public Interest Advocacy Centre prior to becoming Senior Policy Advisor to the federal minister of the Environment (1986-1988). For seventeen years Elizabeth served as Executive Director of the Sierra Club of Canada (1989-2006).

A proud mother and grandmother, she lives in Sidney, British Columbia, with her husband John Kidder. Elizabeth is the author of eight books, including her most recent book, Who We Are: Reflections on my life and on Canada.

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