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Re.Climate Launch at Carleton University - Shared screen with speaker view
Maria Granados
35:41
welcome to the re.climate virtual launch!
Maria Granados
39:04
Hi everyone, chat should work now!
Rebecca McNeil
39:27
Hi Everyone! Excited for this launch 🙂
Krystal Pyke
39:32
Hello folx, so excited to be here.
Steve Depoe
39:33
Steve Depoe, treasurer of International Environmental Communication Association (www.theieca.org)--glad to be here!
Laura Schnurr
39:41
Greetings/bonjour from Tiohtià:ke (Montreal), traditional and unceded territory of the Kanien’keha:ka people. I lead Tamarack Institute’s climate work and am excited about the launch of Re.Climate!
Beverly deVries
39:42
Morning all - Beverly here from Royal Roads University. Joining from my home office on the traditional and unceded Lands of the W̱SÁNEĆ peoples.
Erin Blondeau
39:48
Hello everyone! Excited for this conversation.
Clara Fang
39:49
Clara Fang, Deputy director of partnerships, Yale Program on Climate Change Communication
Lyn Adamson
39:55
Lyn Adamson, with ClimateFast, from Toronto - Treaty 13 territory
Krystal Pyke
40:05
Krystal Pyke, Learning Coordinator for ClimateSense at the Canadian Centre for Climate Change and Adaptation
Andrew Holloway
40:14
Good Afternoon Andrew Holloway here from NB Lung - Manager of Climate Change and Public Engagement
Faith Toran
40:17
Faith Toran, Communication and Fundraising Coordinator for Climate Smart project of Doctor's Without Borders, Based in NY-USA
Davis Carr
40:17
Davis Carr, Digital Lead for the Pembina Institute
Katie Harper
40:18
Congratulations on the launch of Re.Climate! Katie Harper here from Project Neutral. Joining from Toronto/Tkaronto, Treaty 13 territory
Vivian Forssman
40:18
Hi I'm Vivian Forssman on the Squamish territory in greater Vancouver. I worl with Resilience by Design Lab at Royal Roads University
Gail Morton
40:24
Congratulations on your launch! I am here from Nuu chah nulth lands, also known as Port Alberni on Vancouver Island, BC. I work with Alberni Climate Action and Ocean Friendly Port Alberni.
Emiko Newman
40:25
Hello! Emiko, with the BC Climate Emergency Campaign
Steve Winkelman
40:32
Steve Winkelman, ED, Ottawa Climate Action Fund from traditional and unceded Algonquin Territory.
Luc Tittley
40:32
Hi everyone. Joining from the Huron Wandat territory. Luc Tittley, from Environmental and Climate Change Canada
Barb Collombin
40:32
Barb Collombin from Royal Roads University at my home on the Wsanec lands
Angela Keller-Herzog
40:42
Angela Keller-Herzog, ED of CAFES Ottawa, unceded Algonquin Anishinabe territory
David Mitchell
40:42
Hi! I’m Dave Mitchell, senior comms specialist with the Canadian Climate Institute, joining from Treaty 6 territory, homeland of Cree, Ojibwe, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota and the homeland of the Métis Nation.
Lyn Adamson
40:44
Why are we not seeing the speaker?
Daniela Da Costa
40:48
Hello! I am Daniela Da Costa - Climate Change Advisor at the Peter Gilgan Foundation speaking from Treaty 13 Territory.
Gisela Ruckert
40:50
Gisela Ruckert (she/her) from the unceded lands of the Secwepemc people in Secwépemcul'ecw. This land covers 180,000 km2 in the central interior of BC, including the confluence of the North and South Thompson Rivers where the city of Kamloops is now located. I work with Transition Kamloops, a grassroots org dedicated to sowing local resilience.
Kim Perrotta
40:50
Excited to learn more about your program. I am the Exec Director of CHASE (Canadian Health Assoc for Sustainability and Equity) connecting from the traditional territories of the Erie, Neutral, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee, and Mississaugas.
Umair Muhammad
41:06
Umair Muhammad, Knowledge to Action Lead with Generation Squeeze.
Bahaar(Saeideh) Noori
41:12
Hi my name is Bahaar Noori, from City of Vancouver, Planning, Urban Design and Sustainability Group. I'm an office clerk planning to join the sustainability group as a planner.
Beth McLarty Halfkenny
41:14
Beth McLarty Halfkenny, Earth Sciences, Carleton
Abbie Branchflower McLaughlin
41:16
Good afternoon everyone! Abbie, Communications Manager for Small Change Fund, calling in from Mi’kma’ki (Nova Scotia)
Janina Stajic
41:22
Hi everyone, I’m Janina Stajic, a Senior Communications Specialist from the Canadian Climate Institute joining from the traditional and unceded territory of the Snuneymuxw Nation.
Julie Johnston
41:27
Julie Johnston, GreenHeart Education and Royal Roads University, in Victoria in the traditional territory of the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations.
Irena Knezevic
41:34
Irena Knezevic, Carleton U, Ottawa, Algonquin territory
Dinah Robinson
41:37
Dinah Robinson, climate activist and beekeeper from Ottawa / Algonquin Anishnabee territory
Adam Corner
41:45
hi everyone I'm Adam Corner, listening in and sending best wishes from the UK!
Ian Stephen
41:53
Hi all, Ian Stephen from The WaterWealth Project joining from Stó:lō territory.
Jamie Kirkpatrick
41:56
Hello all, I'm joining from treaty 6 Territory also known as Saskatoon. Jamie Kirkpatrick (he/him) with Blue Green Canada.
Katie Harper
41:57
Hi everyone, I'm Katie Harper, behavioural science fellow working with Environment and Climate Change Canada
Ryan Markwart
41:59
Hi, This is Ryan from Mississauga. I'm a Climate Lover. Excited to be here.
Montana Burgess
42:00
Morning. Montana burgess (she/they) from neighbours united on Sinixt land in BC. So excited for this!!
Mikellena Nettos
42:03
Greetings from Tiohtià:ke (commonly known as Montreal). I am the Youth Engagement Coordinator with The Climate Reality Project Canada! Happy to be here.
Matt Greeno
42:04
Matt Greeno here from the Capital Regional District on the Lekwungen speaking peoples territory. Currently on Songhees and Esquimalt land.
Steve McCullough
42:05
Steve McCullough (he/him), formerly of Prairie Climate Centre, currently at Canadian Museum for Human Rights. I work from Gatineau, the traditional lands of the Algonquin Anishinaabe peoples. Congrats all!
Alexandra Gair
42:06
Congats on the launch! Alexandra Gair, Engagement Director at the Canadian Climate Institute. I am joining from the traditional territories of the Wendat, the Haudenosaunee, and the Anishinaabe peoples.
Mathew Varela
42:08
here from Newmarket Cycles- newmarketcycles.ca for free access to bikes, repairs and programming in York Region, Ontario 🚲
Julia Zeeman
42:11
Julia Zeeman from Canadian Business for Social Responsibility. I am on the lank of Anishinabewaki, Wendake Huron and the Haudensaunee and the mississagugas of the Credit First Nations
Emily Rideout
42:17
Emily Rideout, climate adaptation lead at the National Capital Commission in Ottawa-Gatineau in Algonquin Anishinaabe territory
Fraser Reilly-King
42:23
Fraser Reilly-King from Canada's International Development Research Centre
Bonnie Penfold
42:35
Good afternoon, from the traditional, unceded territory of the Algonquin and Anishnaabe peoples. Calling in from Environment and Climate Change Canada (Integrated Climate Lens).
Laura Lindberg
42:49
Hi everyone. I'm Laura, grateful to be joining you from Toronto, Treaty 13 territory. So excited for this launch. I facilitate climate workshops. Happy to be here with all of you!
Natalie Lowe
42:59
hi there, Natalie here from the Sustainable Events Forum, working on sustainable events and conferences from Niagara.
Bahaar(Saeideh) Noori
43:05
I am humbly thankful that I live and work on the territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) PeoplesUse hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓/Hunq'eme'nem and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh responsibly.
Rachelle Haddock
43:17
Rachelle Haddock, Manager with Office of Sustainability at UCalgary, Zooming in from Mohkinstsis in Treaty 7 Territory and Metis Region of Alberta, Region 3.
Georgia Exell
43:36
Georgia Exell, Policy Analyst with the International Institute of Sustainable Development in Winnipeg, the ancestral lands, Treaty 1 territory, traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and on the National Homeland of the Red River Métis.
Yvonne Rebeiro
43:45
Congrats on the launch! Yvonne from The Atmospheric Fund. Joining from Toronto, Treaty 13 territory.
Natalie Irwin
43:59
Good afternoon, Natalie Irwin from the traditional, unceded territory of the Algonquin and Anishnaabe peoples. Listening in from NRCan's Office of Energy Efficiency.
Laurie Friskie
44:26
I am in Nanaimo, BC on the traditional territory of the Snuneymuxw, Snaw-Naw-As and Stz'uminus First Nations. Excited to be here this morning!
Jill Hopke
44:35
Jill Hopke, Associate Professor at DePaul University in Chicago, where I teach climate change communication.
Sean Kidd
44:41
Mariya Bezgrebelna, research analyst at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, working on the initiative looking into interconnections between climate change, poverty and health
Cecile Wilson
44:46
Cecile from Algonquin Anishinaabe territory. So exciting to see this communication initiative. How and what we communicate is so important to visualizing and enacting a sustainable, humane future. Congrats to Carleton Climate Commons for your participation in this initiative!
Adam Greenberg
45:13
Kwe from Adam Greenberg, Science Literacy Promotion, Environment and Climate Change Canada, joining in from the traditional unceded, unsurrendered territory of the Anishinaabe Algonquin People.
Sage Cole-Hamilton
45:22
Good afternoon! I'm Will Cole-Hamilton, Chair of Climate Caucus - I am on the traditional territory of the Kanien’kehà:ka
Greg Lister
45:35
Good day. I'm Greg Lister with Environment and Climate Change Canada.
Yasmin Abraham
45:36
Yasmin Abraham from Kambo Energy Group on the ancestral and unceded homelands of the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh speaking peoples
Eric Campbell
46:14
Hi everyone - Eric Campbell from Clean Economy Fund. Very excited to have Re.Climate in the space, strengthening and supporting the work of climate communications practitioners across Canada.
Marie-Eve Landry
46:33
Marie-Eve Landry, International Development Research Centre. Based in Ottawa, on the unceded algonquin anishinaabe territory.
Betty Plewes
46:58
Hell Betty Plewes from Climate Legacy from the unceded Terrotroy
Nalini Mohan
47:08
Nalini Mohan, Outreach Coordinator, Climate & Outreach, City of Calgary, Treaty 7 Territory and Metis Region of Alberta, Region 3. Excited for Re.Climate!
Alison Feist
47:24
Hello! I am Alison Feist, with Environment and Climate Change Canada.
Vanessa Farquharson
47:29
Vanessa Farquharson here (along with a few others) from the International Institute for Sustainable Development!
Genevieve Gallant
47:30
Genevieve Gallant, from the new Office of Religious Congregations for Integral Ecology, working on unceded Algonquin Anishnaabe territory.
Lynda Lukasik
47:39
Lynda Lukasik with Environment Hamilton - in Hamilton on the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee and the Anishinaabe peoples.
Sandra Prüfer
47:43
Dear All, joining in from Bonn, Germany... I lived in rural Alaska and worked as a local reporter in Bethel & Nome from Inupiaq & Yupik communities, That's why I'm also interested in this new initiative and possible engagement of rural & indeginous Alaskan communites
Sean Kidd
47:59
Sean Kidd from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto. Mississaugas of the Credit territory amongst other First Nations. Treaty 13 territory.
Sarah Snowdon
48:09
Sarah Snowdon from FCM's Green Municipal Fund.
Betty Plewes
48:25
Betty Plewes from Climate Legacy on the unceded Terrotory of the Anishinabe Algonquin Nation
Wendy Quarry
48:57
Wendy Quarry from Climate Legacy - interested in new approaches to communication
Rebecca Fiissel Schaefer
51:37
Rebecca Fiissel Schaefer, RFS Energy Consulting & Research Group Inc calling in from the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Kainai, Piikani), the Tsuut’ina, the Îyâxe Nakoda Nations, and Métis Nation 3.
Peter Smith
52:43
Hi Everyone, I'm Peter Smith, an Associate of the Bowman Centre for Sustainable Energy located in Sarnia, Ontario on the traditional land of the Anishinaabek of the Three Fires Confederation.
kelsey envik
53:40
Kelsey Envik from the Ivey Foundation.
Thea Silver
54:16
Thea Silver with Environment Funders Canada - Congratulations on this launch!
Chris Bilton
54:23
Hi everyone. Chris Bilton, The Weather Network's climate change and sustainability editor here.
Anne Raine
55:04
Anne Raine, University of Ottawa (English/Environmental Humanities), on unceded Algonquin land — interested in intersections of teaching/learning and climate advocacy/public engagement. Also seeking ways to get involved with Climate Network Lanark in Carleton Place where I live. Congratulations and thanks, re:Climate team!
Kayleigh Chaston-Vickers
55:20
Hello and a huge congratulations on your launch! Kayleigh Chaston-Vickers, joining from the unceded and traditional Territory of the Algonquin and Anishnaabe Peoples. I work with Natural Resources Canada on various climate and net-zero transition efforts.
Natalie Lowe
55:40
love the coverage the weather network has been doing @Chris, great platform to raise awareness!!
Chris Bilton
56:13
Thanks Natalie!
Devika Shah
56:24
Devika Shah with Environment Funders Canada - huge congrats to everyone involved in getting to this point and filling a much needed gap in our sector.
Katie Harper
56:25
^agreed!
Jamie Biggar
56:41
+1!
David Braden
57:15
Hi all. I learned about low energy houses from the Sask. Cons. House experience. We brought this methodology to Ontario in 1980 and built 150 off-the-charts projects over 35 years. The solutions are affordable, practical and code compliant. David Braden
Mary Pickering
59:56
Yes agree with Devika! (as usual) - thank you for this new support. Mary Pickering with Low Carbon Cities Canada – coming from Nogojiwanong – Peterborough Ontario – on the Traditional lands of the Mississagua and Anishinaabe peoples including Curve Lake First Nation, Alderville First Nation, Hiawatha First Nation, and the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation, covered by the Williams Treaty of 1923 and Rice Lake Treaty #20 of 1818.
Abbie Branchflower McLaughlin
01:02:04
Will we get a follow up email with the newsletter link? :) Sorry, may have missed that bit with the outside noise.
Maria Granados
01:02:58
Hi Abbie, yes but you can also sign up by heading to reclimate.ca
Abbie Branchflower McLaughlin
01:03:08
Thank you! :)
Maria Granados
01:03:33
http://reclimate.ca/
Britt Wray
01:03:55
Hi everyone, congratulations on the launch of your important initiative! Britt Wray here, from Stanford University on the ancestral land of the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe. I am a climate communicator and climate x mental health researcher
Maria Granados
01:03:57
https://www.commclimat.ca/accueil
Izabella Robak
01:03:58
Congrats Re.Climate team on the launch! Izabella Robak, Prairie Climate Centre, Winnipeg, MB. Treaty 1, original territories of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, & Dene Peoples. Homeland of Red River Métis.
Maria Granados
01:04:13
join the communate here: https://www.commclimat.ca/accueil
Maria Granados
01:04:53
if you've opted to receive communications when you signed up for this webinar, you will be added to our mailing list!
Montana Burgess
01:11:27
I'm so excited for the engagement lab!!! So needed!
Abbie Branchflower McLaughlin
01:11:30
Looking forward to that!!
Natalie Lowe
01:11:31
my industry (meetings, conferences and events) si drowning in green washing...ugh...hotels and vendors, no data, big promises, lots of selling of offsets...
Maria Granados
01:12:52
You can contact us here: http://reclimate.ca/contact/
Patricia Hardie
01:13:11
Hi Everyone, Patricia Hardie here, Visiting Scholar at SPPA Carleton U and 12 years at ECCC- CONGRATS Re.Climate!
Cassidy McAuliffe
01:13:37
So excited about this initiative and to connect with other climate communicators to share knowledge! Cassidy McAuliffe here with Laurentian University’s Up North on Climate project in N’Swakamok/Sudbury on Robinson-Huron Treaty territory and the traditional lands of the Atikameksheng Anishnaabeg as well as Wahnapitae First Nation.
Cara Pike
01:13:45
If you want to contact us, our email addresses follow the same format. cara@reclimate.ca.
Maria Granados
01:14:44
Or drop us a line at maria@reclimate.ca Cara@reclimate.ca amber@reclimate.ca BarbaraLeckie@cunet.carleton.ca ChrisRussill@cunet.carleton.ca
Vanessa Farquharson
01:15:55
What great initiatives, thanks and congrats Re:Climate! Charly Blais, Comms Officer at IISD focusing on our Re-Energizing Canada project
Natalie Lowe
01:18:22
Great work, thank you so much!!
Jamie Biggar
01:19:29
This is one small thing in the midst of all the brilliance - but I am mesmerized by the header image on your site. http://reclimate.ca/
Maria Granados
01:19:57
Thanks Jamie!
Katie Harper
01:20:50
Re: question about art, just wanted to bump the Rewilding Arts Prize for climate and nature art: https://davidsuzuki.org/take-action/act-locally/rewilding-arts-prize/?utm_source=rewildingmag.com&utm_medium=rewildingmag.com&utm_campaign=rewildingmag.com
Alison Schultz
01:21:51
Alison Schultz here coming from the unceded, unsurrendered Territory of the Anishinaabe Algonquin Nation. I’m a Carleton Alumni and former Climate Action Carleton Administrator, this is such an exciting and promising initiative! Looking forward to what the centre will accomplish, congratulations all!
Eve Layman
01:21:53
Are you posting the survey link in this chat?
Laura Schnurr
01:22:06
I have to hop off but HUGE CONGRATS to everyone involved in this amazing initiative. I’m very excited about ways to continue collaborating, especially around the theme of Local climate activation as Tamarack is very focused on this.
Rachelle Haddock
01:22:17
WRT the question re. the arts, Dr. Melanie Kloetzel created this: https://milezerodance.com/climate-art-by-melanie-kloetzel/
Apryl MacFarlane
01:22:34
Thank you !
Maria Granados
01:23:02
Hi everyone, the survey will pop up automatically when the call ends but you can also access it here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/reclimate-launch
Seth Klein
01:23:35
Congratulations folks! Sounds like it will be a great resource. Looking forward to collaborating.
Allison Mostowich
01:23:39
Such powerful messaging developed through that project!
Maria Granados
01:24:28
@julie leach we are very thankful for Redphone for their work on our branding and website! https://www.redphone.ca/
Cecile Wilson
01:28:24
Thanks, Louise.
Angela Keller-Herzog
01:28:54
How do you envisage relating to Indigenous Knowledge?
Jamie Kirkpatrick
01:28:55
👍🏻
Apryl MacFarlane
01:29:42
Incredible resources! Thank you for setting this up
Laura Lindberg
01:30:04
Thank you everyone!!!
Katie Harper
01:30:11
Book club !❤️
Beth McLarty Halfkenny
01:30:26
\Thank you! Please let us know how scientists can participate and contribute/learn
Erek Kuhn
01:30:32
Thank you all!
David Mitchell
01:31:01
Thanks and congratulations! YES to a space to share/discuss book (and podcast) recommendations!
Lyn Adamson
01:31:12
We are not able to save or copy the chat. Will the notes from the chat be sent out as follow up (the links and books a least). thanks
Beth McLarty Halfkenny
01:31:42
Climate Change is Here photo exhibit sponsored by the Faculty of Science is currently in the foyer of the Health Sciences building - comments and feedback can be provided here https://science.carleton.ca/events/climate-change-is-here-exhibition-visitor-log/
Shannon Kaplun
01:32:06
resources are great newsletter content
Laura Lindberg
01:32:07
Agree, Lyn! ^^
Barb Collombin
01:32:08
Thank you - exciting initiative
Matt Greeno
01:32:12
Thanks for all your work! Looking forward to connecting with all you do in the future!
Montana Burgess
01:32:14
Thank you! This is the best!!
James Boothroyd
01:32:14
Congratulations Amber, Cara, Maria, Chris and Barbara and team on this bold new venture. We at EcoAnalytics look forward supporting your venture and collaborating where possible. All the best!
Adam Greenberg
01:32:18
will also be helpful to have the list from the chat of who was here and from where
Beth McLarty Halfkenny
01:32:35
https://science.carleton.ca/events/climate-change-is-here-exhibition/
Manon Dubois, COPTICOM
01:33:43
On est ravis de pouvoir collaborer avec nos collègues canadiens et canadiennes! :)
Eve Layman
01:33:55
Hello from Kelowna and the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association - I live work and play in the Thompson Okanagan region which lies on the unceded, ancestral, and traditional territory of three Interior Salish nations: the Syilx, Nlaka'pamux, and Secwépemc peoples.
Lyn Adamson
01:34:09
ClimateFast can be found at www.climatefast.ca
Eve Layman
01:34:10
eve@totabc.com
Lyn Adamson
01:34:16
I’m at lyn@climatefast.ca
Paul Haeder
01:34:24
Please put an anti-war ethos into your overall thesis . . .
Lyn Adamson
01:34:26
Thanks very much!
Cassidy McAuliffe
01:34:57
Art and Climate Comms: https://www.upnorthonclimate.ca/quick-guides
Lyn Adamson
01:34:58
Militarism and Climate Change webinar today at 5 pm scienceforpeace.org for registration link