BRIDGING THE AGE GAP FOR INNOVATION & COLLABORATION

November 24, 2017
10:30 am  -  11:45 am

I believe in the importance of intersectionality, allyship, feminism, climate action, and love in creating a truly sustainable world. But climate change is a meta-issue of our generation, and solving its many problems can only be done while acknowledging the disparities that exist between social hierarchies and categorizations.

Viewing these through a lens of compassion, understanding, and respect is integral to bridging these gaps in order to innovate and collaborate. Learn more about youth-led, anti-oppression movements in this session. Bring an open mind and heart, unlearn, and learn with me.

Moderator: Joanne de Vries, Fresh Outlook Foundation; Dr. Natalya Melnychuk, University of Waterloo

Youth Presenters: Jocelyn Howery, CanNorth Environmental Services; Jared Lee, Central Kitchen + Bar; Dustyn Baulkham, Arts Council of the Central Okanagan

Industry Mentors: Ken Melamed, Green Party of Canada; Brenda Melnychuk, Shuswap Environmental Action Society; Dr. Trevor Hancock, University of Victoria

Session Category :  Plenary Sessions