TRCA Youth Council Online Movie Night: Climate Change

When:
February 16, 2021 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
2021-02-16T19:00:00-05:00
2021-02-16T20:30:00-05:00
Where:
Online
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Kate Goodale

Join the TRCA Youth Council for a Climate Change themed movie night where we will be watching Protect Our Winter’s film “Electric Greg” (20 mins).

After the film we will have short presentations from Protect Our Winters (POW) about their work and ongoing 12 Month Climate Challenge and the Ontario Climate Consortium about climate change in our region, and how you can get involved. Finally, we will have a panel discussion (including questions from the audience) with representatives from the Youth Council, POW, and TRCA.

Film: Electric Greg (20 mins)

Record-breaking mountain endurance athlete, Greg Hill, has never shied away from a goal. Through his time spent in the mountains he’s seen the effects of climate change first-hand and came to realize the way he was approaching the mountains was only making the problem worse. Two years ago he changed his approach and set out to climb 100 peaks without burning any fossil fuels. But the question is: will it make a difference?

Our Speakers

Josh Der, Lead Coordinator, Toronto Regional Chapter of POW

Protect Our Winter’s mission is to turn passionate outdoor people into effective climate advocates. POW Canada is a passionate community of enthusiasts, professional athletes and industry brands uniting the outdoor community to advocate for policy solutions to climate change. We believe our love of adventure in nature demands our participation in the fight to save and protect it.

Sharon Lam, Research Analyst, Ontario Climate Consortium, Ecosystem and Climate Science, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

Sharon Lam is a Research Analyst with the Ontario Climate Consortium. In this role, she provides technical support to the OCC Climate Adaptation Program by delivering risk-based adaptation services through research project implementation, technical advisory, partnership development, and knowledge mobilization. Since joining OCC, she has led the development of multiple climate change risk and resilience assessments focusing on various types of infrastructure systems. Sharon holds a Bachelor’s of Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo and a Master’s of Science in Planning from the University of Toronto.

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