Do you imagine a future Vancouver that is beautiful, green and sustainable? Or is it marked by loneliness, unaffordable housing and ecological collapse?
Check out this book launch event, this Wednesday at the Vancouver Public Library:
Vancouver 2032: A Better World is Possible, with Guy Dauncey and the David Suzuki Foundation
Wednesday March 23rd
Vancouver Public Library, Alice Mackay Theatre, 350 West Georgia St
In the book, 24-year-old Patrick Wu makes a four-day visit to the future. He finds a city brimming with innovation and hope. The climate crisis is being tackled, affordable housing options have been created, the solar revolution is underway and a new green cooperative economy is taking shape. But enormous danger still lurks.
After being present at Guy’s presentation in Metchosin, Karyn Woodland wrote, “Don’t miss this visually stunning presentation, delivered with passionate enthusiasm. Guy not only shows what is possible, he will motivate you to become the change you want to see.”
The event is free, offered in association with the David Suzuki Foundation. For details about the book, see www.journeytothefuture.ca.
Guy Dauncey is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts, founder of the BC Sustainable Energy Association, an Honorary Member of the Planning Institute of BC, a Fellow of the Findhorn Foundation, and the author or co-author of ten books.