Mobilizing BC Post Secondary Education Members for the Climate Emergency
Recirculated on behalf of FPSE
This year our FPSE AGM features a one hour pause in federation business amid Covid-19 and the focus on a safe return to campuses in BC to learn how to better mobilize today for future challenges. Renowned policy expert and author of the recently published book A Good War: Mobilizing Canada for the Climate Emergency, Seth Klein will highlight how post-secondary sector can be part of the solution. While Covid-19 has supplanted the interest, momentum and sense of urgency that was building in the climate movement, both crises share commonalities, and their effects are converging, as both are borne of human activity leading to environmental degradation. Beginning to align our responses through mobilization presents an opportunity to improve public health, create a sustainable economic future, and better protect the planet’s remaining natural resources and biodiversity.
Please share this open invitation with your local membership and encourage all your members to join us for this important hour of presentation and discussion. As a reminder all delegates registered for the FPSE AGM have been automatically registered for this webinar.
Key Details and the Registration Link.
Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Keynote Speaker Seth Klein.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.
WEBINAR – KEYNOTE SPEAKER SETH KLEIN – TUE, MAY 18, 7 PM.
We need a wartime-scale set of policies to confront the climate crisis in Canada. That’s the assertion of Seth Klein, renowned policy expert and author of the recently published book A Good War: Mobilizing Canada for the Climate Emergency. Join us on Tuesday May 18th for a keynote address from Seth Klein about the climate emergency and how we in the post-secondary sector can be part of the solution. The address will be followed by a moderated discussion period to dig into the answers to your questions.
All workers connected with the BC post-secondary education sector are welcome to attend this free event. Please register and join us in spreading the word about this event!
President, Federation of Post-Secondary Educators of BC