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The University of Lethbridge will host a student-lead Earth Day Symposium on Tuesday, April 10th, 2018 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It will be held in the UCA Atrium from 2pm to 5pm. The event includes a number of diverse presentations from faculty members and community organizations. The keynote speaker, Dr. Philip Bonnaventure, assistant professor of Geography at uLethbridge, will start off the presentations with a discussion on permafrost and climate change. A variety of booths will be set up during the event including presentations from students, uLethbridge services, and community partners such as Purple Carrot and Lethbridge Sustainable Living. There will also be an opportunity to decorate your own earth sugar cookie and refreshments will be provided.
The event is open to all students, staff, faculty, and community members.
Dr. Philip Bonnaventure (Geography): uLethbridge
Dr. Maura Hanrahan (Indigenous Studies): uLethbridge
Oldman Watershed Council
Lethbridge City Hall
Phil Dyck: Bioswales
Nick Savidov, Senior Research Scientist (Aquaponics): Lethbridge College
Stefan Kienzle: Wildlife Conservation
Bill Spenceley: Flexahopper
Kainai Ecosystem Protection Association