Location: First Peoples House (FPH) Ceremonial hall
Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm
From changes in sea ice to harvest cycles for plants and animals, climate change is having a profound impact on activities and livelihoods on Canada's coasts. Join UVic's leading ocean experts and their partners to discover how Indigenous climate history, underwater observatories and satellite data are being utilized to understand these changes.
There will be an opportunity for online engagement during this event, via text message or download the Poll Everywhere app. Further details will be given at the event.
Presenters include: Maia Hoeberechts and Mauricio Carrasquilla (Ocean Networks Canada)
Organised by: Ocean Networks Canada
Can't attend the event in person? This special event will be webcast free here, thanks to support from UVic Research.