Events

Thursday, April 18

Preparing our Youth for an Inclusive and Sustainable World

Poster of the April 18 Event

Time: 5:30 P.M. EST (In-person and virtual)
Location:
Concordia University
Pavillion J.W. McConnell Bldg, LB-145, 1st Floor
1400 de Maisonneuve West

The year 2023 has now been confirmed to be the hottest in history, thus playing havoc on climate change that has resulted in a substantial increase in natural disasters that were greater in intensity.

What is the role of youth in maintaining a sustainable environment?

From reducing waste and conserving resources to advocating for policies that protect our planet, youth can make a real difference in building a more inclusive and sustainable world. Through their leadership, young people can inspire others to take action and help create a more sustainable world, providing they are armed with accurate information and critical thinking abilities.

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About Our Speaker

Nick Wheeler-Hughes

Nick Wheeler-Hughes is an educator, community organizer and climate activist and is now head of community solutions for the MNA’s office in Notre-Dame-de-Grace, focusing on issues of housing and food insecurity. He has just returned from the Climate Reality training in New York City, an annual event hosted by Al Gore to usher in the next generation of climate leaders.

Hellen Christodoulou, Ph.D., Eng., B.C.L., LL.B., M.B.A.

Helen Christodoulou is Executive Vice-President, Engineering, Sustainability and Business Development for CORBEC Inc. She is the author of many articles, a presenter, a keynote speaker, an active participant at national and international conferences and instructor of engineering and law courses.

Sharman Yarnell-Massey (Moderator)

Sharman Yarnell has a BFA and a certificate in Journalism from Concordia University. She presently co-hosts The Chris Robinson Travel Show every Saturday morning and hosts the highly-rated Showtime on CJAD on Sunday afternoons. She writes a monthly entertainment column for The Montrealer called “Enter Stage Left with Sharman Yarnell”.

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