David Miller on How Cities Are Fixing the Climate Crisis

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Streaming on Hot Docs at Home Mon, Oct 5 7:30 PM
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This talk was originally broadcast live on October 5, but you can still enjoy it on-demand until December 31!

If our planet is going to survive the climate crisis, we need to act rapidly. Could cities be the solution? At this premiere launch of his powerful new book, Solved, former Mayor of Toronto David Miller will discuss how cities are taking bold new approaches to climate change, offering models for lowering emissions that need to be sped up and scaled. In conversation with CBC's Matt Galloway, Miller will share inspiring sustainability initiatives in places like Los Angeles, Oslo, Shenzhen and Melbourne, as well as right here in Toronto. He’ll reveal what both policymakers and citizens must do to make them truly global. An urgent and timely update from one of the world’s environmental leaders, don’t miss this empowering analysis of what can be done—now, today— to address one of the greatest crises of our time.

David Miller is the Director of International Diplomacy and Global Ambassador of Inclusive Climate Action at C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, where he is building a global movement for socially equitable action to mitigate climate change. Secure your copy of his new book, Solved, here.

In conversation with Matt Galloway, host of CBC Radio's The Current

Presented in partnership with University of Toronto Press and Indigo. Promotional Partners: The Word on the Street and Connecting Environmental Professionals Toronto

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