McGill Univ. Addresses Climate Change and Energy Needs

[] McGill University will launch the Lorne Trottier Public Science Symposium Series on November 24 in Montreal, Canada, just prior to the Conference on the Climate Change Convention. It will offer the public a chance to hear about the key issues such as how to reconcile growing energy needs with climate change, and if nuclear energy is a solution. As Montreal prepares to host the first meeting of the parties to the Kyoto Protocol next month, the question of how to fuel increasing energy needs is on the public agenda. Four of the world’s leading experts in the field of climate change and energy will address questions of concern to families, policy makers, and environmental groups: Dr. Amory Lovins, Founder and CEO, Rocky Mountain Institute; Dr. Nebojsa Nakicenovic, Professor of Energy Economics, University of Vienna/IIASA; Dr. Rom Duffey, Chief Scientist, Atomic Energy Canada Ltd.; and Dr. Martin Hoffert, Professor of Physics, New York University.
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