Join guest speaker Laura Adams, explorer and artist, on the
October 26 at 7 - 8 pm
Mary Hall Cafeteria, Tenth Street Campus
Laura will share insights from eight expeditions to the Canadian Arctic Archepelego and Greenland to support scientific research and education, and to explore this facinating frozen world by foot and skiis, by Inuit qamutiq, and by air and boat.
Set to a backdrop of dramatic images of her explorations and her art, Laura's compelling stories will show how the unique Acrtic climate works; its landscapes, ecology and peoples - and of the unprecedented rate of change that is impacting the entire Earth's bioshphere.
Laura Adams is a professional guide, international explorer and innovator who grew up in the Kootenay region. She taught at Selkirk College in the School of the Environment for 15 years, held senior leadership roles in the international outdoor world and now works with organizations, communities and governments to foster sustainable innovation. Recently Laura was inducted as a Fellow to the Royal Canadian Geographic society for her contributions to science, education and exploration.
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