Indigenous Youth Voices on COP26

Facing climate change challenges through dialogue.

Le 15 décembre
2021 de 18h00
à 19h30
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Indigenous Youth Voices on COP26

Facing climate change challenges through dialogue.

December 15 from 6:00 to 7:30 PM, come meet Indigenous youth influencers returning from the COP26 conference in Glasgow, and hear about their experience and their expectations on what should come next.
Animated by Alicia Ibarra-Lemay, assistant researcher at Chaire-réseau jeunesse, for the Indigenous youth pane at Concordia University, and Julie Delisle, Environmental education liaison for the Kanawha:kè Environment Protection Office, we are eager to receive inspiring panelists and have an open dialogue about climate change with:

  • Sage Karahkwinetha Goodleaf
  • Ohontsakéhte Montour
  • Carlee Kawinehta Loft
  • Samuel Rainville

In collaboration with Chaire-réseau de Jeunesse sur la recherche au Québec (CRJ), Kahnawà:ke Collective Impact (KCI), Environnement protection office Kahnawà:ke

This event is part of the 17 sustainable development goals (SDG) of the United Nations. goals Sustainable Development Goals.

The Center for sustainable development thanks Hydro-Québec, main partner for its programming, and the City of Montreal.

Register here to the virtual event

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In collaboration with the Hydro-Quebec and Employment and Social Development Canada