Webinar: How Canada’s Natural Landscapes Can Help Fight Climate Change

Event Date: 
February 2, 2021

Event recap and video recording.


From ranchers protecting grasslands to the Cree Nation’s efforts to save the Broadback Forest, The Narwhal has been diving deep to tell tales of nature-based climate solutions. And since you all ate those stories up, we decided to keep the good news rolling with a special event.

Join The Narwhal’s editor-in-chief Emma Gilchrist and our panel of guest speakers for Carbon Cache: How Canada’s Natural Landscapes Can Help Fight Climate Change, an hour-long discussion about the role nature-based solutions can play in achieving Canada’s climate goals.

We’ll dig into how nature-based solutions work and the federal government’s $3.9 billion dollar commitment to implementing them. We’ll also discuss how nature-based solutions factor into ongoing conversations about Indigenous Protected Areas and how carbon offsets fit into the equation.

Hear from The Narwhal's Stephanie Wood, Nature United director of strategic partnerships Amanda Reed, Cree Nation Deputy Grand Chief Mandy Gull, ALUS chief executive officer Bryan Gilvesy and Community Forests International executive director Daimen Hardie.

The conversation will be followed by a 30-minute audience Q&A session with our panelists.

When: Feb 2, 2021, 2:00 PM ET

Register here.

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