Organised by the Canada Foundation for Innovation
28 November 2023, 7pm UTC
Thinking of a career in green buildings? Sustainable agriculture? Biodiversity or sustainability consulting? With an education in STEAM, you have so many exciting options when you pursue a career in environmental sustainability!
Get inspired by hearing what recent graduates have to say about the careers they’ve chosen as environmental consultants, innovators, researchers and everything in between. Find out about their ups and downs, learn from their vast experience, get career tips and leave with a clearer vision for your future career.
You’ll hear from Nina Dmytrenko, a green homes expert, Michelle D’Souza, a biodiversity specialist for big business, Alan Lee, an agriculture lab manager, and Graham Van Every, a sustainable consulting analyst.
This discussion will be moderated by Catherine Girard, followed by an interactive Q&A with attendees.
Photo by Isaac Demeester on Unsplash: Auyuittuq National Park, or ᐊᐅᔪᐃᑦᑐᖅ ᑲᓇᑕᒥ ᒥᕐᖑᐃᓯᕐᕕᒃ in Inuktitut, is located in Canada, within the Arctic Circle. Its relatively pristine wilderness is managed cooperatively between Inuit and Parks Canada. "Land management practices based on indigenous and local knowledge, and community-based natural resource management systems, have been effective in avoiding and reversing land degradation in many regions. [...] Since local resource users are often the first to experience ecosystem changes and the impacts of land degradation, monitoring programmes and the design of restoration management plans can benefit from participatory approaches involving local ecosystem experts, including indigenous and local knowledge holders, working together with scientific experts." Learn more in the IPBES Land degradation and restoration assessment.