In Canada, David Suzuki, trained as a geneticist, has become as close as a human can to an institution. Between his gigs as scientist, broadcaster and environmentalist David Suzuki seems to be everywhere all at once. Before it was cool, he was advocating for the environment and being more green. Many of us learned what we know about science from this man because he was able to make it easy to understand for non-scientists. His television show (The Nature of Things) and radio show ran for long time and were very popular. He also heads the David Suzuki Foundation, which is a non-profit organization which tries to find solutions to the question of how this many humans can live sustainable lives on this planet. David Suzuki is now looked upon as one of the foremost experts in sustainable ecology.
As such the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal is bringing him in to do a talk at the Montreal Summit on Innovation. The theme this year is Climate (of) Change: Cities, People and Prosperity. The one day summit will allow those interested to come together to learn and share their knowledge on subjects like climate change and the economic aspects of this environmental phenomenon.
-Date: November 30, 2015
-Venue: Palais de Congres
-Website : www.btmm.qc.ca
-Ticket Purchase: www.btmm.qc.ca
-Ticket Prices: $35.00 (plus handling charges)
-Time: 7:00 p.m.