End: April 7, 2021 5:30 pm
The 2021 RISE Webinar Series is a follow up to last year’s popular series. While the pandemic makes it impossible to gather and learn together in person, we are able to learn together online. It also means teachers from across the province, as well as the general public, can attend and hear about the variety of sustainable education projects, initiatives and activities that are happening around Manitoba. And hopefully apply them at their school or in their community!
Webinar #4: Climate Action Panel featuring Barb Nepinak, Clarence Nepinak, Wendy Ross, Dane Monkman, and Rebecca Sinclair
Don’t miss this powerful discussion about climate action featuring a diverse and knowledgeable panel.
Panelists will speak about their role in relation to climate action, and how teachers and educators in First Nation schools here in Manitoba can apply that knowledge in or outside the classroom.
- Elders Barb Nepinak & Clarence Nepinak, National Climate Advisory Committee
- Wendy Ross, Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources (CIER)
- Dane Monkman, Manitoba Energy Justice Coalition (MEJC)
- Rebecca Sinclair, Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective (LWIC) & Indigenous Climate Action (ICA)
REGISTRATION: To confirm your attendance to this FREE webinar, please REGISTER HERE. We’ll send you a link to connect to the webinar, the day before. All webinars will be held via Zoom.
Find information and registration links for all 6 webinars at RISE 2021 Webinar Series.
Recognizing Indigenous Sustainable Education (RISE) is about promoting sustainability through Manitoba’s First Nation schools and communities with a focus on waste reduction. Teachers from across Manitoba participate to learn about sustainable environmental practices and waste reduction efforts. Educators are able to apply this knowledge within their classrooms, schools and communities in the hopes of affecting long-term change through action-oriented projects or programs.
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