Planning for Sea Level Rise Series

Submitted by jclifton on 4 September 2017

Who will be tending your vegetable garden when the ocean rises? An octopus? A seastar? The Octopus's Garden series features experts on sea level rise from a wide variety of backgrounds who will address ways we can adapt and build resilience, with a focus on local to global challenges and solutions.

SFU's Adaptation to Climate Change Team (ACT), the Pacific Water Research Centre in SFU’s Faculty of Environment and the Centre for Dialogue in partnership with the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions, the City of Vancouver, Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation and the Vancouver Aquarium are pleased to invite you to the next talk in the Octopus’s Garden Series:

 "Sea Level Rise in Deep History - First Nations Coastal Flood Stories", with Squamish Chief Ian Campbell and Haida elder Captain Gold who will share stories from their nation’s history followed by discussion.

When: September 21, 2017, 7pm - 9pm
Where: Asia Pacific Hall, Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Simon Fraser University, 580 West Hastings, Vancouver
Reservations: This talk is free and open to everyone. Reservations are recommended as seating is limited

For the poster series and registration link for the upcoming talks click here.