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Climate in Crisis: Stories from the Front Lines of the Environmental Crisis

September 24 at 1pm

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Specific stories from various front lines of the climate crisis are explored in this panel. This includes an analysis of how art can offer a critique of the environmental racism faced by the Sámi in Sápmi, specifically looking at how art created through the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems can go beyond a visual representation of the climate crisis to engage in meaningful debate on the urgency of our climate responsibility. There will also be a presentation on research that engages politically active youth in Mi’kma’ki that sought to identify connections between political activism and climate grief. Finally, the differing views on sustainable architecture will be examined, with a specific analysis of the role of the architect and the choice of sustainable logic become central to the design process of sustainable architecture, with a specific focus on the development of Danish social housing.

Duration: 90 minutes

This event is free to watch with registration. Please return to this page on September 24 at 1pm ET to view the event.

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Humber Indigenous and racism event image

Climate in Crisis: Stories from the Front Lines of the Environmental Crisis

September 24 at 1pm


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