Climate Change: The Historic Election Of Annamie Paul

 

Activist and lawyer Annamie Paul, who was recently elected to lead the Green Party of Canada, took part in this special conversation via Zoom about becoming the first Black Canadian and first Jewish woman to be elected to lead a major Canadian political party. Before pursuing elected office, Paul, who is a 2001 graduate of Princeton’s Masters in Public Affairs program, worked as a social entrepreneur and in international affairs.

Nicolas Choquette-Levy, a Ph.D. candidate in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, moderated the discussion and led a Q&A session.

The event was organized by the Princeton Center for Jewish Life with co-sponsorship by the High Meadows Environmental Institute (HMEI), the Center for Policy Research on Energy and the Environment (C-PREE), Hillel@Home, the Princeton Environmental Activism Coalition, the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, and the Princeton Student Climate Initiative.

Climate Change: The Historic Election Of Annamie Paul

Publish Date

November 30, 2020

Presenter(s)

Annamie Paul

Video Length

00:59:00

 

Activist and lawyer Annamie Paul, who was recently elected to lead the Green Party of Canada, took part in this special conversation via Zoom about becoming the first Black Canadian and first Jewish woman to be elected to lead a major Canadian political party. Before pursuing elected office, Paul, who is a 2001 graduate of Princeton’s Masters in Public Affairs program, worked as a social entrepreneur and in international affairs.

Nicolas Choquette-Levy, a Ph.D. candidate in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, moderated the discussion and led a Q&A session.

The event was organized by the Princeton Center for Jewish Life with co-sponsorship by the High Meadows Environmental Institute (HMEI), the Center for Policy Research on Energy and the Environment (C-PREE), Hillel@Home, the Princeton Environmental Activism Coalition, the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, and the Princeton Student Climate Initiative.