Schedule & Registration

Join us as we transport you to the coastal waters and temperate rainforests of the traditional territory of the Huu-ay-aht First Nations. Engage with climate and ocean experts, indigenous knowledge holders, fishers, scientists, ocean tech companies, and policy makers to uncover the potential of coastal community-based climate action.

Please register for each workshop and webinar individually by clicking the registration links within the table below.

Schedule is subject to change. More episodes and workshops will be added for Fall 2021 and Spring 2022; please check back regularly or sign up for email updates at the bottom of this page.

 

Date

Speaker

Registration Link

Title

Aug 4, 2021 Dr. Kate Moran, Ocean Networks Canada

Hereditary Chief Tliishin (Derek) Peters, Huu-ay-aht First Nations

Watch now! Episode 1: Centering to Place with Huu-ay-aht First Nations & the Science of Climate Change with Ocean Networks Canada
Aug 25 @ 13:00 PDT Dr. Christopher Harley, University of British Columbia

Dr. Sally Leys, University of Alberta

Watch now! Episode 2: Marine Heatwaves and Coastal Biodiversity
Sept 15 @ 13:00 PDT Dr. Dave Riddell, Ocean Networks Canada

Maynard Okereke, Hip Hop Science Show

Watch now! Episode 3: Science Communication and Climate Action
Sept 22 @ 13:00 PDT Dr. Chris Neufeld, University of British Columbia

Dr. Sam Starko, University of Victoria

Dr. Patrick Martone, Univeristy of British Columbia

Register here Science Literacy Week Special Episode! 

Episode 4: Kelp Forest Ecosystems and Restoration in a Changing Climate

Oct 27 @ 13:00 PDT Dr. John Reynolds, Simon Fraser University

Em Lim, Simon Fraser University

Register here Episode 5: Community-based Climate Science: iNaturalist Workshop
Nov 9 @ 13:00 PST TBA Please check back Episode 6: Eco-Anxiety & Climate Mental Health