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SFU Public Square and Carbon Talks are co-presenting: The Walrus Talks Energy, Mar. 25

March 25, 2014
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SFU Public Square and Carbon Talks are co-presenting: The Walrus Talks Energy

When: Tue, 25 Mar 2014 7:00 PM

Where: Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema, SFU's Goldcorp Centre for the Arts at Woodward's

Reception to follow in the World Arts Centre, SFU's Goldcorp Centre for the Arts at Woodward's

Join us for eighty minutes of lively, thought-provoking ideas about our sustainable energy future, the challenges of energy production, our collective impact, and what lies ahead. The Walrus Talks Energy is
featuring:

The Globe and Mail's Gary Mason
MaRS Discovery District's Tom Rand
University of British Columbia's William E. Rees
Axine Water Technologies' Jonathan Rhone
National Aboriginal Economic Development Board's Judith Sayers
Carbon Talks' Shauna Sylvester
Student Engergy's Kali Taylor

http://www.sfu.ca/publicsquare/upcoming-events/the-walrus-talks-energy.html

Tickets: General Admission $20, Students $12

Visit thewalrus.ca/events <http://thewalrus.ca/events> for more
information. Tickets are on sale here
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/suncor-presents-the-walrus-talks-energy-tickets-8898432451

The Walrus Talks is a national series of events produced by the charitable, non-profit Walrus Foundation as part of an educational mandate to provide forums for conversation on matters vital to Canadians. The Walrus Foundation produces The Walrus magazine, the most awarded publication in Canada, as well as producing content at thewalrus.ca, on Walrus TV and on stages from coast to coast to coast.

The Walrus Talks format features eight speakers for seven minutes each on various themes relating to a single topic. Each event offers lively, thoughtful, inspiriting, riveting, smart, new thinking from scientists, writers, performers, scholars, and leaders of business and the arts. Each
Talk event is followed by a spirited reception with attendees and participants.

The Walrus Talks delivers fresh ideas and new ways of looking at big issues. The Walrus has no "wings". Our speakers are chosen to reflect a range of experiences and viewpoints, but they all have one thing in common: the desire for real conversation about issues that affect the future of Canada. Our goal is for audience members to think "I never thought about it that way" when the Talks are over.