It was the fall of 2012 in an unevenly-lit classroom and I was all crooked teeth, questionable outfit choices, and prickly brown skin.
Can you recall a single fictional story that you’ve read or watched that discusses the climate crisis without using it as a backdrop for the end of the world?
Filipino students groups describe the interconnected set of issues the Philippines faces — from the climate crises to a history of colonial rule and more.
UBC’s department of geography and department of earth, ocean and atmospheric sciences has launched a Certificate in Climate Studies and Action for the 2022/23 academic year.
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Klein’s keynote speech honed in on the intersection of climate justice and housing justice. To do so, she provided two main case studies: the 2018 Paradise, California fire and the 2021 BC heat dome.
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The third and final panel of the day focused on how society can achieve a fair and responsible transition in a changing climate.
The takeaway here is that although it is normal for there to be periods where the global temperature is warmer than usual, the “warmer than usual” temperatures now are a lot warmer than they were 100 years ago.
Thomas has spent the last two years using her platform as the AMS Indigenous Engagement Facilitator to advocate for bringing more Indigenous students into decision-making roles at UBC.
The first panel of day two focused on how society can adapt to climate change.
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The month-long event is Indigenous-student led. Alexandra Thomas, the AMS’s first-ever Indigenous engagement facilitator, and another colleague have been contracted to work specifically to organize the event.