Environmental Concerns & the Next Federal Election (1)
Time & Location
About The Event
Make your vote count in the most important - in terms of addressing the world’s environmental crisis - federal election in decades.
On October 16, Connecting Environmental Professionals Toronto and WeWork Scotia Plaza will be hosting an interactive, non-partisan session that will discuss and break down each political party's platform on major environmental issues. Robyn Gray, Vice President of Sussex Strategy Group will be leading the evening.
Robyn Gray is a Vice President in the Energy and Environment Practice at Sussex Strategy Group. She has a strong background in both government and public affairs, and a passion for sustainability and climate change policy.
This interactive, non-partisan session will highlight the platform of the various political parties and provide a comparative analysis of environmental issues, including climate change, energy, plastics in the environment, to name a few.
The 2019 Federal election will arguably be the most important in decades in addressing the world’s environmental crisis. It is CEP Toronto’s view that a more engaged and informed public will make more sound decisions at the voting station. Please join us for this comparative analysis with a Q&A, followed by networking at CRAFT Beer Market.
5:30PM - 6:00PM | Registration
6:00PM - 7:30PM | Introduction & Presentation
8:00PM | Post-event networking with CEP Toronto at CRAFT Beer Market
Thank you to WeWork Scotia Plaza for hosting this event.