Climate Change
Taking Action
Speaker Series
Presented by the
Rotary Club of Norfolk Sunrise
Scheduled Guest Speakers - see detailed listing as shown below.
Wed. Oct 5th at 7 PM -  Climate Change and Your Health – Dr Samantha Green 
Wed. Oct 19th at 7 PM - Nature-Based Climate Solutions – Dr Maria Strack
Wed. Nov 2nd at 7 PM - Sustainable Energy Solutions – Lawrence Solomon; and
Wed. Nov 16th at 7 PM -  Building Resilient Communities – Glenn McGillivray
Pre-Registration and Proceeds
Speaker Series delivered via Zoom. Must be registered to receive invitation.
Suggested Donation is $40 for the series
Net proceeds go to the Long Point Biosphere Reserve Foundation
Register at or visit Port Dover Jewellery & Gifts or contact Mary at (519) 410-4022 cell.
Additional information is available at
Electronic pre-registration, pre-payment is required.
How to Register

To pay the $10 per lecture by eTransfer (of course, additional donation funding would be entirely appropriate and most welcomed): direct funds from your personal banking account to

There is a 'message box' available at the Bottom of your eTransfer; in this 'message box' you are asked to indicate the dates of the specific lectures that you are making pre-payment for.
Our Special Guest Speakers
Dr Samantha Green, a University of Toronto Professor and Physician with the University Health Network, is an acclaimed speaker on the topic of the health impacts of climate change. 
Dr Maria Strack is a Canada Research Chair and Member of the University of Waterloo Interdisciplinary Centre for Climate Change.  Her research focuses on feedbacks between wetlands and climate.  
Lawrence Solomon is founder and Executive Director of Energy Probe and has conducted extensive research into the various sources of energy that can be part of a solution to global warming and climate change.

 page1image226928Glenn McGillivray is Managing Director of the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction. He is also an Adjunct Professor in the Graduate Program at York University’s Emergency and Disaster Management program.