Event – Energy Crisis from the 1970s to Today

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Energy Crisis from the 1970s to Today

with Justin Fisher

26 March 2024 – 7:00pm CST

Frances Morrison Library, Meeting Room – 311 23rd Street East, Saskatoon

Saskatchewan Environmental Society Sustainability Speakers Series

We are living through an energy crisis with global and local dimensions, but not for the first time. Justin Fisher from the University of Saskatchewan History Department will explore the 1970s energy crisis in Saskatchewan, how it relates to our current crisis, and some lessons we might consider.

Feature Image: “Half of electricity capacity in Saskatchewan to come from renewable energy by 2030” by Green Energy Futures is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.
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Justin Fisher

Justin is a PhD candidate at the University of Saskatchewan. His research is examining responses to the 1970s energy crisis in Saskatchewan.

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