Équiterre will be participating, once again, in Montreal’s Nuit Blanche on Saturday, February 27. Visit the Centre for Sustainable Development and plunge into a red-hot atmosphere reflecting the impact of climate change.
There’ll be a one-of-a-kind, really fun photo booth featuring symbols of Canada and Quebec threatened by climate change, tar sands and pipelines. Pose with the ones you’d most like to save and get your picture taken with Steven Guilbeault!
You can also see the unveiling of the spectacular exhibition, The True Cost of Oil, at 8:00 p.m. International artist Garth Lenz will also be present.
For this special occasion, the Centre for Sustainable Development will be open from 8:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Come and dance to DJ électro-trad, order a delicious drink at the Red Bar, get your photo taken with a polar bear, wearing rawhide snowshoes or playing precision hockey and score against climate change!
For more information (French only).