Our Eco-Crisis Webinar is the first webinar series we hosted, which consisted of 7
bi-weekly webinars. Each hour-long event featured a reputable guest speaker who educated the audience on a specific and complex concept.
Keren Bromberg, a senior coordinator at Credit Valley Conversation, presented info regarding CVC, along with a program youth can get involved in to help out.
Tena, who owns her writing business, Thinking Threads, joined us to speak about the issues in fast fashion and educate us on how to think sustainably and what we can do to help.
GREEN HOPE FOUNDATION
This Canadian, youth-led, registered non-profit, came and discussed their past achievements, work and more. Their presentation was informative and showcased many important things.
A post-doctoral researcher from the University of Western Ontario, Sara informed us about her studies regarding microplastic pollution in Lake Huron.
DOCTOR TOM AL
A Professor at the University of Ottawa, Professor Tom Al, discussed the deep geological sequestration of nuclear waste and how to protect groundwater and the biosphere.
CREW, community resilience to extreme weather, is an initiative helping spread the need to adapt to new dangerous weather patterns. They focused on its work in Toronto's St James Town.
DR. BRAD BASS
An educator in complex systems, founding and directing the URECS, Dr. Brad Bass discussed his past work on green infrastructure and the URECS program at the University of Toronto.