Canada’s Stake in China’s Green Revolution

January 16, 2013 Vancouver, BC

Geoff Dembicki, energy reporter for Vancouver’s TheTyee.ca newsmagazine and 2012-2013 APF Canada Media Fellow, visited Beijing this past summer. He learned how some of Canada’s leading clean technology companies are cashing in big overseas, while others believe China’s green economy could ruin them. Join him to learn what Chinese leaders might teach Canada’s government about reducing its own greenhouse gas emissions. And how an alliance between both countries’ top clean energy researchers could help cooperative efforts for a sustainable future. January 16, 2013 at the APF Canada Vancouver office  at 12:00pm. RSVP to justin.elavathil@asiapacific.ca.

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Geoff Dembicki, energy reporter for Vancouver’s TheTyee.ca newsmagazine and 2012-2013 APF Canada Media Fellow, visited Beijing this past summer. He learned how some of Canada’s leading clean technology companies are cashing in big overseas, while others believe China’s green economy could ruin them. Join him to learn what Chinese leaders might teach Canada’s government about reducing its own greenhouse gas emissions. And how an alliance between both countries’ top clean energy researchers could help cooperative efforts for a sustainable future. January 16, 2013 at the APF Canada Vancouver office  at 12:00pm. RSVP to justin.elavathil@asiapacific.ca.

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