W.D. Wood: The lecture will first cover a broad overview of the evolution and main features of the Canadian economy. Against this historical background, an analysis will then be made of some important current economic trends and problems.
F. Gormley: An industrial view of the problems of environmental assessment and emissions control, with special reference to sulfur dioxide emissions in Sudbury. The economic pressures on the mining industry.
R.H. Clark: The content and conclusions of the two reports are contrasted and criticized. The factors affecting world stability are considered as an introduction to the succeeding lectures on the subject.