Pipelines in BC: What’s Behind the Controversy?
August 29 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Pipeline proposals are a flashpoint of environmental controversy in Canada, and especially British Columbia. While they are partially about the risk of oil spills, they are a symptom of larger unaddressed policy issues, including Canada’s international commitments to reducing climate change and respecting Indigenous rights. Can Canada still build pipelines while respecting these commitments, and under what conditions? What role can citizens play in helping to address these controversies?
The KPU-Science World Speaker Series is a partnership developed between KPU and Science World that supports the expansion of science in our communities. Join us for our third season of talks that work to engage, entertain and educate guests with fascinating insights into the world of science.
Speaker: Andrew Frank, Environmental Protection & Public Relations Departments
This talk begins at 7:30pm, doors open at 6:30pm. Before the talk begins, join us in a set of interactive, hands-on activities and scientific demonstrations related to the evening’s talk starting at 6:30pm. Science World is hosting a related exhibit called GroundTruth: Anatomy of a Pipeline. The photographer, Andy Wright, will also be on hand to answer questions. To learn more about the exhibit, visit: https://www.scienceworld.ca/groundtruth-anatomy-pipeline