Climate Accountability Webinar Series, Part 2: Connecting the Dots: Attribution and Quantification of Climate Harms

  • Monday, November 9, 2020
  • 12:00 pm — 2:00 pm
  • Zoom

Climate change often doesn’t seem real because its effects look like natural disasters. How much is climate change costing us? How can government officials, lawyers and judges understand the relationship between local costs and climate change? Quantifying climate losses will be key to planning for a climate-resilient future and in climate lawsuits against fossil fuel companies.

Join us for the second of four webinars on Climate Accountability Litigation by Governments Against Fossil Fuel Companies: Exploring the Options.

The webinar series is a joint initiative between the Centre for Law and the Environment (CLE) of the UBC Allard School of Law, University of Victoria Faculty of Law, Thompson Rivers University Faculty of Law, and West Coast Environmental Law.

We will be joined by the following panelists:

  • Dr. Rachel Licker, Union of Concerned Scientists
  • Sophie Marjanac, Client Earth
  • Nathan Vadeboncoeur, Smart Shores


Monday, November 9, 2020 - 12:00