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Youth Climate Action Summit

The first Canadian Youth Climate Action Summit will bring together high school students and a member of school faculty from schools across Eastern Ontario.

The Summit will combine informative plenary sessions and workshops in a fun atmosphere for a powerful 2 day educational experience leading to changes in the lives, communities and schools of young people working towards a more sustainable future.

Online Webinar: Rethinking our Science: Blackfoot Metaphysics Waiting in the Wings. Reflections by a Blackfoot

Dr. Leroy Little Bear Blackfoot researcher, professor emeritus at the University of Lethbridge, founding member of Canada's first Native American Studies Department, Director of the Harvard University Native American Program and recipient of the National Aboriginal Achievement Award for Education. April 12 2021 | 11AM - 12:00 PM ET Q&A 12:00pm -12:30pm ET Free Webinar Registration: https://queensu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_W3FU8Ev_Q9uOe7STaW6F7A Event Date: April 12th, 2021 Event Time: 11:00am to 12:30pm EST Event Location: Zoom webinar

VIRTUAL Youth Climate Action Summit

Join a local network of students at the virtual two-day Your Climate Action Summit to learn about climate change solutions that YOU can implement!

Learn about climate change impacts, innovative solutions and resiliency strategies. 

Build your climate literacy and leadership skills.

Design your own Climate Action Plan to implement at home, in your community or your school.

Register at www.youthclimateactionsummit.ca

Youth Climate Action Summit pre-workshop

Calling all students! The 2021 Virtual Youth Climate Action Summit hosted by the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Network will be occurring this May (more information and registration available soon!). This year’s summit will be preceded by a series of workshop-style webinars. Our first webinar will be on February 10th from 4-5pm. This webinar will feature two youth speakers sharing their experiences with Youth Climate Summits and focus an interactive conversation around climate anxiety and how to talk about #climatechange. 

 

The 2021 Kingston Climate Change Symposium - Sustainable Kingston

On January 14th, 2021 Sustainable Kingston is hosting the Kingston Climate Change Symposium in partnership with the City of Kingston virtually. The symposium aims to bring together climate champions and inspire action while we showcase the latest developments on community-based climate initiatives.

Kingston Field Naturalist - Field Trip: “Conduct a CBC Survey” part 2 at Frog Woods

Interested in learning how to conduct a Christmas Bird Count survey? Our local CBC’s are always seeking Citizen Scientists to help tally winter birds. Basic bird ID skills paired with enthusiasm is all you really need, yet the logistics and data-collection aspects of surveying can appear daunting the first time.