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Tue, May 25



Reaching Drawdown - Solutions to Reverse Global Warming

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Reaching Drawdown - Solutions to Reverse Global Warming
Reaching Drawdown - Solutions to Reverse Global Warming

Time & Location

May 25, 2021, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.


About The Event

Join CEP Ottawa for an exciting discussion where we explore climate solutions that will help us achieve “drawdown”, the point where greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere level off, then begin to decline.

We will be joined by Crystal Chissell, the Senior Director of Partnerships at Project Drawdown. Crystal will kick off the discussion with an overview of the framework and solutions included in Project Drawdown. She will then moderate an engaging panel discussion of professionals from sectors identified in the Drawdown framework (i.e. electricity, buildings and food/agriculture) and how they are reversing global warming in their respective fields.

Speaker & Moderator

Crystal Chissell, Senior Director, Partnerships at Project Drawdown

As Senior Director of Partnerships, Crystal Chissell leads the cultivation and management of strategic partnerships and networks that foster engagement with the Drawdown framework and move the world toward climate solutions. Crystal speaks publicly about climate solutions and serves as an expert resource for news media, interest groups and advocacy organizations.

Panelist - Food/Agriculture Sector

Allison Penner, Executive Director and Founder at Reimagine Agriculture

As Executive Director and Founder, Allison brings a strong passion for addressing agricultural concerns in connection with other global issues. Before this, she focused on policy and environmental work and has a degree in Environmental Governance.

Panelist - Electricity Sector

Chris Meechan, Energy Consultant at Execon Roofing & Solar

Chris has been working in the Solar Industry in Ontario for the past seven years. Born and raised in Glace Bay Nova Scotia, a coal-mining town located near the Sydney Tar Ponds, considered one of the most hazardous environmental disasters in Canadian History, Chris grew up witnessing firsthand the terrible health and socioeconomic ramifications of bad environmental decisions. He currently designs, sells and installs both commercial and residential solar systems throughout Ontario.

Panelist - Buildings Sector

Shafraaz Kaba, IPD Expert & Architect at EcoAmmo

Shafraaz Kaba is an Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) expert and registered architect who thrives on facilitating teams to enable carbon-neutral and regenerative buildings. He brings together architects, engineers, trades, contracts and clients to enable high-performance results using Lean culture and design thinking.

This event starts at 6:30 pm EST on the 25th of May, we can't wait to see you there!


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