[Sust-mar] Ethics in Development Panel, November 28th, Wolfville, NS

atlantic at cbern.ca atlantic at cbern.ca
Wed Nov 7 08:33:35 EST 2012

DATE: November 28, 2012
TIME: 7:00PM - 10PM
LOCATION: Wolfville, Nova Scotia


A panel discussion on the ethical considerations of the physical,  
economic, social and cultural development of Nova Scotia is being held  
on November 28, 2012. The event, which will be co-organized by Acadia  
University, CCEPA and CBERN Atlantic, will focus on education,  
planning, immigration and access to service.

This presentation provides an opportunity to define some of the  
development challenges faced in Nova Scotia and through an ethical  
lens, discuss opportunities and roadblocks to growth through public  
participation in the conversation.


Dr. Edith Callaghan - Professor, Environmental & Sustainability  
Studies, Acadia University (Moderator)
Ray Ivany - President, Acadia University
Andy Fillmore - Director, School of Planning, Dalhousie University
Elizabeth Mills - Executive Director, Nova Scotia Office of Immigration
Arthur Bull - Senior corporate policy analyst, Nova Scotia Department  
of Policy and Priorities

Date and Location:

November 28, 2012 at 7:00 pm
Acadia University, Wolfville, NS
Free Admission - no registration required. Reception to follow.

For more information please email CCEPA at admin at ccepa.ca or atlantic at cbern.ca

Outreach Assistant
CBERN Atlantic
630 Francklyn Street
Halifax, NS B3H 3B4
Telephone (902) 428-1416
atlantic at cbern.ca

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