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Ecojustice Conference

How Will Disenfranchised Peoples Adapt to Climate Change?

Two-Day Conference
April 16-17, 2009
York University, Toronto, Canada

Community activists and activist scientists from Brazil, India, South Africa, and Arctic Canada shared stories of local vulnerabilities to climate change, and discussed strategies for addressing inequities in climate change causation, mitigation, funding, and education.

  • Program
    schedule of sessions and events
  • Speakers
    biosketches of international participants
  • Presentations
    includes video, audio, slides, and transcripts
  • Pictures
    pictures from the conference
  • Film Directors
    biosketches of film directors and links to video clips
  • Final Report
    Report of First International Ecojustice Conference

Also read the YFile article on the conference.

Sponsored by Environment Canada, International Polar Year, York International, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, & IRIS

For more information please contact the conference coordinator:

Annette Dubreuil (afdubreu@yorku.ca)

Phone: 416-736-2100 ext 33631
347 York Lanes, York University
4700 Keele Street
Toronto, Ontario, M3J 1P3
Canada

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