Royal Roads presents: Climate Action: Best Practices

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Royal Roads University, Victoria.
Thursday October 22nd,
$55 +GST

This brief afternoon course will offer you a guided tour of best practices for governments in the areas of transport, buildings, energy, farming, food, carbon pricing, and community engagement, and provide an opportunity for participants to discuss solutions to the climate challenges they face.

Guy Dauncey is author of the award-winning book Stormy Weather: 101 Solutions to Global Climate Change, and the forthcoming The Climate Challenge: 101 Solutions to Global Warming. He is President of the BC Sustainable Energy Association. His lectures and workshops are widely received – to learn more about Guy’s work visit

To learn more, and to register, click here

or call 250-391-2600 Ext 4801 Toll-free 1-866-890-0220

Feedback from people who have attended this course:

“Inspirational, an excellent day.”

“I am so happy I came here. I got to do some great networking, and Guy Dauncey was the inspirational voice I have needed in my life for a while now.”

“Well run. Engaging and enthusiastic.”

“This has been a hugely valuable day.”

“Guy is a tremendous speaker, teacher, and stimulator. More people need to hear him.”

“Great interactive and informative course.”

“Keep it coming! It’s such valuable work.”

“Excellent presentation – should be made into a movie.”

“Fantastic, world-changing course. Must be turned into a 2-3 part documentary.”

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