Earth Day: Discussion Panel

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Timezone: PDT

Virtual event


Open to Staff, Students, and the RRU Community

Join us for an engaging Earth Day panel discussion where experts from diverse backgrounds come together to explore pressing environmental issues, share insights, and inspire action. From climate change to food security, we'll delve into the challenges facing our planet and discuss practical solutions for a sustainable future. Students and staff, don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and be part of the conversation to protect and preserve our precious Earth. 

Event details: 

Monday, April 22nd 

10:30 to 11:30 a.m. 



-Ali Greendale: Ali has worked for the Otipemisiwak Métis Government of Alberta for the last two years as a Climate Engagement Coordinator and Policy Analyst.  Ali is keenly interested in exploring the intersections involved in climate adaptation and enjoys connecting with the Métis community within Alberta to find creative avenues to promote climate resilience and UNDRIP. 

-Cindy MacDougall: Cindy is the Communications Manager at Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions and generally geek out about the art and science of writing and editing, and the state of communications, thought leadership support, brand journalism and media relations.

-Stuart Lilley: Stuart founded ReFeed Canada in 2020. He is passionate about bringing businesses within the food industry together to collectively fix our broken food systems for the re-generation.

-Judy Stafford: Judy is the Executive Director of Cowichan Green Community. She has strong ties with local business and social organizations, and draws on decades of experience in facilitation, collaboration and communication to make good things happen in the Cowichan Region.

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 ✨This event was made possible through the support of the Career Innovation Project (CIP). CIP was launched in partnership with the Business + Higher Education Roundtable (BHER), and with support from Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED). RRU's Career Learning and Development is excited to be working with project collaborators 4VI and WestShore Chamber of Commerce.