Social Change to Meet Climate Change

A lecture by Dr. Lynn McDonald Deparment of SociologyUniversity of GuelphOpening remarks by:Dr. Mary GriffithsSenior Policy AnalystThe Pembina InstituteLynn McDonald will address how our political and social (including economic) lives prevent us from dealing adequately with today's climate crisis, to begin the process of altering those institutions to facilitate the required strenuous action. Lynn has published extensively on environmental and political sociology, classical sociological theory, and the status of women. She has also pursued a political career, serving as an Member of Parliament and environment critic (1982-1988), and is a former president of the National Action Committee on the Status of Women.Sponsored by the Centre for Constitutional Studies

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