Since the 15th century humanity has achieved some incredible successes, including the birth of science, the establishment of democracy, and huge reductions in poverty.
The 21st century now demands that we turn our attention to the environmental crisis, and harmonize our lives with Nature.
What does this mean for our buildings, transport, and local economies? And given the urgency of the climate crisis, how can we accelerate our transition to this new green economy?
What strategies are working to foster green industries at a regional scale so that green practices translate into good jobs? What are the most promising technologies and market strategies for scaling up the use of resource-efficient technologies? Where's the creative edge of this movement today?
In this hour-long webinar presentation, Guy Dauncey shared his vision of the energy and climate "big picture", and specific ways in which local communities can work to reduce their emissions by 10%.
Note that the presentations are available below in PDF format. A Windows media recording of the webinar should be available here, soon.
Guy Dauncey is an internationally recognized speaker, author, and organizer who works to develop a positive vision of a sustainable future, and to translate that vision into action.
Guy is President of the BC Sustainable Energy Association, a non-profit championing climate action and green economic development. BCSEA has played an active role in shaping British Columbia into a hub of regional innovation in enterprise development and public policy.
Guy is the author or co-author of nine books, including "Cancer: 101 Solutions to A Preventable Epidemic", and has been an advisor on green development to many business, government, media and community groups. His home page is www.earthfuture.com