Clean energy is transforming First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities and shaping the future of Canada’s sustainable prosperity.
Join us as Chris Henderson, president of Lumos Energy, launches his new book, Aboriginal Power. The book asserts that aboriginal co-ownership of renewable energy projects can contribute to “a new story” in terms of Canada’s relationship with indigenous communities,
Learn about the game-changing potential of ecologically-sensitive hydro, wind and biomass projects for Canada’s indigenous people. Chris will share his insights on the importance of clean and sustainable energy to the prosperity of aboriginal communities and Canada’s economic and environmental future.
There will time for questions from the audience, and a book-signing afterward.
All registrants will receive a copy of Chris Henderson’s book Aboriginal Power.
About Aboriginal Power
In Aboriginal Power, Chris Henderson’s timely and refreshing ideas about clean energy unfold with the wisdom of an Aboriginal Elder and the velocity of a cascading river. The book’s core premise is that Aboriginal co-ownership of renewable energy projects can contribute to “a new story” in terms of Canada’s relationship with indigenous communities.
Aboriginal Power is jam-packed with information: containing evocative stories, public policy innovations and projects snapshots from every region of Canada. The book examines the commercial dynamics of clean energy and profiles the human dimension of Aboriginal leadership. Key topics covered, include:
The seven mega trends of Aboriginal power for Canada
Critical success factors for clean energy projects
Aboriginal renewable energy partnerships
Indigenous community decision-making
Project financing and economic development
Canada’s northern and remote communities
Visit aboriginalpower.ca to learn more and read the full forward.