Join us for a webinar series exploring the ways that we as Nova Scotians are mobilizing together for a just and sustainable future!
Nova Scotia is at a pivotal moment. Globally, the time for bold action on issues like climate, biodiversity, and environmental justice has never been more pressing.
All around us communities are engaged in the act of reimagining our future and our relationships to the natural world we rely on. In this free webinar series, we'll explore a variety of the innovative ways that people living in Mi'kma'ki can and are mobilizing together to build an equitable, sustainable future for all.
See below for episodes and registration!
1) Exploring Climate Goals & Community Realities - March 3rd, 5:30pm AST
Join us for a panel discussion exploring how climate policy is impacting our communities, and what is possible in Mi'kma'ki/Nova Scotia in the next ten years.
Speaker List (click here for more info & speaker bios)
- Caden Flynn (Youth Climate Striker)
- Brendan Haley (Efficiency Nova Scotia)
- Jessika Hepburn (South End Environmental Injustice Society)
- Elder Albert Marshall (Eskasoni First Nation)
- Steve Parsons (Corporate Division, Eskasoni First Nation)
2) Powering the Future - April 14th, 5:30pm AST
Join us to explore what our energy system could look like in the next ten years here in Mi'kma'ki / Nova Scotia. Our panel of experts will discuss the regional Atlantic electricity system, our pathway to phasing out coal, the role of energy efficiency, and how we can work toward an affordable, reliable, and sustainable energy mix.
Speakers list (Click here for more info & speaker bios):
- Ben Grieder (Ecology Action Centre)
- Emma Norton (David Suzuki Institute)
- Louise Comeau (Conservation Council of New Brunswick)
- Sarah Balloch (Clean Foundation)
3) Protecting the Ecosystems that Sustain Us - Wednesday, May 12th - 6:00-7:30pm
n the third episode in our series on Mobilizing for a Just and Sustainable Future here in Mi’kma’ki / Nova Scotia, we are exploring local actions we can take to protect the ecosystems that sustain us and the other species who share this planet. We’ll be hearing from our panelists about sustainable approaches to forestry, why we need protected areas, the importance of taking care of water, and community resistance to polluting industries like open net-pen aquaculture.
- Mary Jane Rodger (Medway Community Forest Cooperative)
- Dorene Bernard (Grassroots Grandmothers)
- Karen McKendry (Ecology Action Centre)
- Geoff LeBoutillier (Healthy Bays Network)
Moderated by Erica Butler
4) Adapting to a Climate in Crisis - Details Coming Soon!