Fulbright scholar Greg Poelzer discusses renewable energy, public policy and Indigenous-state relations

June 10, 2016

Friday, June 10, 12-1 p.m.
ISER Conference Room (1901 Bragaw Street, Suite 301)

Greg Poelzer is a professor in the School of Environment and Sustainability at the University of Saskatchewan, but currently he is a Fulbright Arctic Initiative scholar who has been visiting at ISER. An important part of his research focuses on comparative public policy related to Indigenous-state relations. At ISER he will talk how Saskatchewan is on the forefront of developing renewable energy through partnerships with First Nations and other Indigenous peoples, as it moves toward sharply increasing its use of renewable energy. Please join us to hear his talk.

1901 Bragaw Street is on Bragaw between Northern Lights and Debarr. Parking is free.

Note: Those who can’t attend in person can stream the talk live at: stream.iseralaska.org.

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