How can radical collaborations and partnerships create tangible change? And what makes a collaboration ‘radical’?
Join us at this special Brown Bag Lunch to explore what it means to radically collaborate. We’ll hear from young people at the frontlines of this work and explore how you can build radical collaborations and partnerships to achieve your goals!
Rae Landriau is a Master’s student at Carleton University, studying contaminant transport in permafrost. Their work deals with the intersection of Indigenous knowledge, community governance, climate change, and environmental remediation. Rae’s passion for the environment is what drove them to pursue a career in science. They actively seek out opportunities to educate others, using their environmental and scientific knowledge in community outreach settings.
Shivani Solanki is a graduate student at the University of Alberta pursuing a Master of Science in Health Promotion and Sociobehavioural Sciences. Shivani believes that collaboration and knowledge sharing within the community builds a sustainable foundation for social action. She incorporates her public health background into climate change and environmental sustainability work and aims to share tangible avenues for climate action at every level to inspire others to get involved.
- Date and Time
- May 26, 2022 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
- Ticket Price
- $0 – $10
- Katie Miller
- Managing Director