What can we learn from China, EU, the US, and from around Canada? What role can labour play in national climate policy? How can the work world take leadership in reducing GHGs? What works, in greening workplaces? Sectors? Occupations? Education and training? What can we learn from green restructuring of hard-hit industrial communities in the EU? The US? Canada?
On November 17th, 2011 the W3 hosted an International Panel with experts from the United Kingdom, the United States, and Canada to discuss these challenging issues.
The W3’s International Panel showcased five guest speakers. To see the videos of our guest speakers’ presentations please click on the appropriate link provided below the speakers name:
Carla Lipsig-Mummé – Professor of Work and Labour Studies, York University, Canada
Andrew Bowerbank – Former Director, World Green Building Council
Charles Campbell – Research Director, United Steelworkers-Canada “Hard to be Green but Easy to be Blue: Labour’s Environmental Agenda in a Tough Climate” – mp4
Linda Clarke – Professor of European Industrial Relations, University of Westminster, U.K.
Marc Lee – Senior Economist, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives-British Columbia
Sarah White – Senior Associate, Center on Wisconsin Strategy (COWS), U.S.