When: Thursday October 3rd, 2019
Time: 7:30 - 9:00pm, doors open at 7:00pm
Where: Penticton Lakeside Resort, 21 Lakeside Dr. W, Penticton BC
Admission by donation
Dr. Rose Murphy addresses how ordinary citizens can use our limited time and resources to make the biggest impact.
1. How important are our actions as consumers and should we consider changes?
2. How important are our actions as voters?
3. How important is our influence on the people in our communities?
4. What is the role of activism and civil disobedience?
She specializes in developing models to evaluate government policies for reducing energy consumption and greenhouse emissions. Her research includes the risks associated with geological carbon storage, the potential for energy efficiency to reduce emissions in the US, the cost of forest sequestration, and understanding energy use within cities. She was awarded the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions fellowship to test how agriculture and forestry land-use policies affect carbon storage.