Massey is Missing COP26 – Part I: Intergenerational Voices: Why Climate Change Matters To ALL Canadians
Lloyd Axworthy and David Suzuki have spent decades advocating, pressing and legislating for social justice and climate justice with enormous success and also setbacks. Looking back on more than 50 years on the frontlines of activism, what can they share with a new generation of activists? And why now do they see the need to come together and join forces on the critical consequences of a planet warming at an accelerated rate?
The Honourable Lloyd Axworthy, Chair of the World Refugee & Migration Council, and David Suzuki, Founder of the David Suzuki Foundation, join youth climate activist Sophia Mathur for an armchair conversation across the generations, moderated by Rosemary McCarney, former Ambassador of Canada to the United Nations (2015-2019) and the Bill Graham Centre / Massey College Resident Visiting Scholar in Foreign and Defence Policy and Global Affairs.
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