Making the Links: Militarism, War and Global Warming

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 - 19:00 to 21:00

Annual peace event at the Central Library in London, ON to celebrate the UN's International Day of Peace. Free public discussion about the military’s impact on the climate and environment led by Tamara Lorincz, PhD Candidate at the Balsillie School of International Affairs, Wilfrid Laurier University and member of the Canadian Voice of Women for Peace. Did you know that the military is the largest institutional consumer of fossil fuels and has most of the contaminated sites in the country? Learn about the exemptions for military emissions and how exorbitant military spending is preventing the green transition to a low-carbon economy. Find out why peace and disarmament are critical to end the climate emergency. All welcome. Organized by People for Peace London, Council of Canadians London Chapter, KAIROS-South Western Ontario Chapter, Latin America-Canada Solidarity Association, and the London Public Library. Endorsed by the Canadian Voice of Women for Peace.

Central Library
251 Dundas St.
London , ON
Canada
Ontario CA
Tamara Lorincz

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