Congress in the news- May 31

Congress in the news- May 31

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

 

News highlights for May 31, 2016

Naomi Klein tells Calgary audience that Fort McMurray fires are linked to climate change

National Post - May 30, 2016

Naomi Klein tells Calgary audience that Fort McMurray fires are linked to climate change Anti-capitalism activist and author Naomi Klein spoke...

 

Activist targets ‘tender’ spot Naomi Klein tells conference Fort McMurray wildfire linked to climate change

Calgary Sun - ePaper - May 30, 2016

...to climate change and calling for an end to fossil fuels. Speaking at Congress 2016, held at the University of Calgary, Klein said last year s...

 

Naomi Klein Blames Climate Change For Fort McMurray Wildfires

Huffington Post Canada - May 30, 2016

...difficult we have to do it," Klein told the audience at Congress 2016, an annual academic conference held this year at the University of Calgary.

 

Gary Lamphier: While Canada dithers, the world shops elsewhere for energy

Edmonton Journal - May 30, 2016

...linking the Fort McMurray wildfires and climate change while addressing a University of Calgary conference. If we are serious about keeping warming...

 

Chief Justice says dealing with diversity most challenging issue facing the world

Calgary Herald - May 30, 2016

...public lecture on Monday at Congress 2016, which is being held at the University of Calgary this week. Everywhere in the world, nations are, it...

 

Environmental Design bus tour exhibits urban research

The Gauntlet - May 30, 2016

...students, the city is the real classroom that was evident at the Faculty of Environmental Design s symposium for the 2016 Congress of the Humanities...

 

Any fear over assisted demise cannot be blamed on lack of advantage: chief justice

CTV News - May 30, 2016

...after delivering a speak as a part of a humanities and social sciences congress held on the university of Calgary. She was once asked whether or...

 

Experts warn against rushing assisted dying bill through Parliament

Calgary Herald - May 30, 2016

...suggested will be impossible to meet. Experts gathered at the University of Calgary for Congress 2016 suggested it shouldn t be rushed during...

 

Any fear over assisted dying can’t be blamed on lack of knowledge: chief justice

Lethbridge Herald - May 30, 2016

...after delivering a talk as part of a humanities and social sciences congress held at the University of Calgary. She was asked whether a lack...

 

Is oil a dirty word?

University of Calgary - May 30, 2016

...dirty word? Artists, activists and academics take on the loaded question at Congress 2016 The question, Is oil a dirty word? is simple. The answer...

 

Picturing Residential School Stories – How picture books are teaching children about atrocities

NationTalk - May 30, 2016

...Markland will be presenting this research on May 28 at the 2016 Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences in Calgary. This presentation is...

 

Research asks: How can we prevent indigenous girls from entering the sex trade?

University of Calgary - May 30, 2016

...can we prevent indigenous girls from entering the sex trade? University of Calgary researchers in the spotlight on first weekend of Congress...

 

Congress 2016 begins with a bang and lots of big thinking

University of Calgary - May 30, 2016

Congress 2016 begins with a bang and lots of big thinking Big-name speakers on campus draw big crowds With hundreds of presentations on a wide...

 

Panel explores growing 'food fight' over getting kids to follow a more nutritious diet

University of Calgary - May 30, 2016

...fight' over getting kids to follow a more nutritious diet University of Calgary researchers in the spotlight during the first weekend of Congress...

 

Highlights today at Congress 2016

University of Calgary - May 30, 2016

Highlights today at Congress 2016 Free events taking place at the University of Calgary on Monday, May 30 Today the University of Calgary s Faculty...