Human Rights & Community Advocacy in the Age of Extreme Energy

(No Enbridge - image by Gord Hill)

A free public event co-hosted by the Critical Criminology Working Group with the PIPE UP Network...

On November 26 @ 5:30pm, please join us for
Student Poster Presentations & Public Research on

Human Rights and Community Advocacy
in the Age of Extreme Energy

with an opening from
Kevin Kelly of the Kwantlen First Nation

TOPICS: Coal Expansion ● Homelessness in Surrey ● Fracking in BC (Liquified Natural Gas extraction) ●
Anti-Terror Legislation and Canada's 'Terror List' ● Water Rights in BC ●

and Special Guest Speakers:

Eoin Madden (Wilderness Committee) on dirty energy: coal, fracking, tar sands
Michael Hale (PIPE UP Network) on pipelines
Caitlyn Vernon (Sierra Club) on climate change
Eric Jacobsen (PowerShift), on clean energy alternatives

with Instructor/Facilitator Jeff Shantz (Criminology)

& the CRIM 4301 class

Tuesday, November 26 @ 5:30-7pm

● FIR Building, Room 128 ●

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

12666 72 Avenue ● Surrey

(This is a wheelchair accessible space.)
[image by Gord Hill]

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