Saturday, May 27, 2023

Latest Past Events

Panel discussion: G7 Hiroshima Summit and Beyond

Kildare House, 323 Chapel Street, Ottawa, ON K1N 7Z2

This year, Japan will host the G7 summit in Hiroshima amidst a backdrop of growing geostrategic competition and persistent threats to the international rules-based order that Tokyo, Ottawa and our partners have invested so much to protect. Canada, rather than viewing these challenges as isolated or temporal, must recognize the profound changes internationally and work […]

Repudiating the Doctrine of Discovery: A symbolic act or a new beginning with Indigenous Peoples?

For generations, Indigenous Peoples have rejected the Doctrine of Discovery, the statement by the Roman Catholic Church that was used widely to justify the European occupation of Indigenous lands. In 2023, the Vatican announced the Catholic Church was renouncing the Doctrine. This webinar addresses three questions: why are Indigenous Peoples so opposed to this Catholic […]

Carbon tech, carbon capture: Turning the CO2 threat into an opportunity

Carbon emissions are causing climate changes. Figuring out ways to produce oil, gas, hydrogen, steel, petrochemicals, fertilizer and other products without releasing CO2 into the atmosphere is one of the biggest challenges of our times. A suite of technologies known as carbon capture, utilisation and sequestration, (CCUS) can contribute both to reducing emissions in hard-to-abate […]

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