Join the David Suzuki Foundation Telephone Town Hall

Feb 3, 2013

The below are details of the town hall from the David Suzuki Foundation newsletter:

Why is our right to clean air, safe water and fertile soil not protected in Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms? Are people healthier in countries where environmental laws are stronger? Should nature have rights? What can Canadians learn from the global environmental rights movement?

These are just some of the questions we’ll be discussing with special guest Dr. David Boyd—environmental lawyer, professor and author of The Right to a Healthy Environment—at our David Suzuki Foundation Telephone Town Hall.

We’ll be connecting thousands of Canadians in a nation-wide conference call—and you’re invited!

Sunday, February 3, 2013
4 – 5 p.m. Pacific / 7 – 8 p.m. Eastern

It’s free to register, but space is limited, so register now.

David Suzuki Foundation’s public engagement manager Nina Winham will host the conversation and Foundation CEO Peter Robinson will be there to talk about the work we’re doing to protect your right to a healthy environment.

Here’s how it works:

Sign-up now>> We’ll give you a follow-up call as a reminder.
On the day of the event, we’ll call you at 4 p.m. Pacific / 7 p.m. Eastern.
Just like a radio call-in show, you can ask questions, share opinions or just listen to the conversation from the comfort of your home.

We look forward to speaking with you soon!

The David Suzuki Foundation Team

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