UPROOTED – Screening and Youth Panel Discussion on Climate Change

Jan, 20 2021
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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Stemming from over 100 conversations with youth who are anxious about climate change, “Uprooted” reveals youth concerns, perspectives, and ideas for climate action. These young artists from Roundhouse Youth Theatre Action Group and playwright/director Valerie Methot, join in conversation with Simon Fraser University biologist, Lynne Quarmby.
Free of charge, registration required

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Maximize Natural Lighting

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