Green Recovery Part 1: What Planet of the Humans Got Wrong

Environmental documentary Planet of the Humans argues green energy ...

Join us for week five of The Recovery Series with Executive Director, Tim Gray, where we try to make sense of the COVID-19 crisis from an environmental perspective. Each week, we dig into the most pressing questions on current environmental issues.

This week is the first of two parts on the Green Recovery after COVID-19. We’ll explore current myths about renewable energy with the controversial film Planet of the Humans – a film that suggests a green recovery isn’t good for the planet and that environmentalists are steering humanity in the wrong direction. Missing many key facts, this film is riddled with outdated information. So, what are the facts? Ketan Joshi, a writer and renewable energy expert, and Sarah Buchanan, Clean Economy Program Manager, join us to discuss what Planet of the Humans gets wrong and to explore the scientifically supported facts about renewable energy and other climate change solutions.

Register today so you can tune in for the discussion! You can check out our previous episodes here.

Webinar Details

Topic: Green Recovery Part 1: What Planet of the Humans Got Wrong

Date: Thursday, May 14th, 2020

Time: 12:00 p.m. to 12:50 p.m. (EDT)


Tim Gray (Host)
Executive Director of Environmental Defence
Ketan Joshi
Writer & Renewable Energy Expert
Sarah Buchanan
Clean Economy Program Manager, Environmental Defence

Environmental Defence is a leading Canadian advocacy organization that works with government, industry and individuals to defend clean water, a safe climate and healthy communities.

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