FutureU Climate Talks: Reimagining our Institutions

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FutureU Climate Talks: Reimagining our Institutions

FutureU Climate Talks: Reimagining our Institutions

When and where

Date and time

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University of Calgary Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning Forum Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning Forum Calgary, AB T2N 1N4 Canada

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About this event

In what ways can governments, businesses, educational institutions, and our legal system be transformed to facilitate climate action?

UCalgary students are invited to join us on Thursday, February 13 to participate in a discussion with innovators working to enable systems-level change, leading exploratory conversations with students about what it means to work on climate action, and what it takes to make a positive impact.

As a participant you will have the opportunity to learn from some of Calgary's leading researchers, inventors, business leaders, and change-makers. A comprehensive list will be available soon.

Together, we will discover new ways of understanding the challenges we face and how we might overcome them. This event will provide:

  • A deeper understanding of the challenges we face and the opportunities for solutions,
  • Connections to mentors and others students who are working to make an impact,
  • Insights into how to develop a career working on climate change,
  • Clear next steps should you wish to learn more.

Agenda

5:30-6:00 p.m.: Registration and light refreshments

6:00-8:00 p.m.: Workshop

Speakers Include:

  • Becky Best-Bertwistle, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society
  • Amy Zell, Bluesource

About FutureU

FutureU is a Innovation@UCalgary initiative that invites students to discover the world of innovation through hands-on learning and community-based activities. Students are provided with opportunities to explore emerging trends and ideas, meet engaging leaders from on and off campus, develop future skills for the knowledge economy, and think about their place in the world beyond the classroom. Our goal is to help students to build a sustainable life working on challenges they care about.

Thank you to our program partners: Hunter Hub for Entrepreneurial Thinking, Innovate Calgary, Office of Sustainability, and the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

This event is supported by the Research Support Fund and Incremental Project Grant.