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Please note that this panel will be presented in French.

A discussion on Montreal’s ambitious targets: carbon neutrality by 2050 and zero emissions buildings by 2040.

Montreal is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and producing a zero impact on the climate. The new Climate Plan describes the actions that the city will take immediately against climate change. Carbon neutrality by 2050 and zero-emission buildings by 2040 are among the City’s top priorities. In our panel, we will discuss how realistic these goals are, what changes should we expect and what can we learn from other international cities.

Portrait of Sophie Montreuil

Sophie Montreuil

Moderator

General director of Acfas

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Portrait of Ursula Eicker

Prof. Dr. Ursula Eicker

Panelist

Canada Excellence Research Chair in Smart, Sustainable and Resilient Cities and Communities, Founding Co-Director Next-Generation Cities Institute

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Portrait of Nicolas Biron

Nicolas Biron

Panelist

Green and circular economy program specialist, Francophonie Institute for Sustainable Development (IFDD)

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Portrait of Marie-Andrée Mauger

Marie-Andrée Mauger

Panelist

Borough mayor of Verdun and Executive committee member, Responsible for ecological transition and the environment

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 Please note that this panel will be presented in French.

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