CAC Post-Retreat Blog: Shakti Ramkumar

CAC Post-Retreat Blog: Shakti Ramkumar

To be honest, after applying for the Climate Action Cohort, I completely put it out of my mind. I was in the final stretch of my degree at UBC, and there was...

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CAC Post-Retreat Blog: Soomin Han

CAC Post-Retreat Blog: Soomin Han

A reflection on the retreat, first impressions, and anticipation.             There are few rare...

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CAC Post-Retreat Blog: Aiden Cyr

CAC Post-Retreat Blog: Aiden Cyr

“The Climate Action Cohort brought together, 10 total strangers and in five days created a community for passionate young leaders dedicated to making a...

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CAC Post-Retreat Blog: Mick Jefferies

CAC Post-Retreat Blog: Mick Jefferies

Video: Mick's Blog...

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CAC Post-Retreat Blog: Will Sanderson

CAC Post-Retreat Blog: Will Sanderson

Coming into the inaugural spring retreat of the Climate Action Cohort I had one major question looming in the back of my mind. What is ‘climate action’?...

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CAC Post-Retreat Blog: Marina Melanidis

CAC Post-Retreat Blog: Marina Melanidis

A Few Thoughts About Personality Tests (based on excerpts from my journaling during the Climate Action Cohort Retreat) Strengths Profile: Top 5 1....

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CAC Post-Retreat Blog: Lyric Moses

CAC Post-Retreat Blog: Lyric Moses

This year’s Climate Action Cohort kicked off in early May in a cozy secluded cabin just north of the nation’s capital. It’s difficult to put into words...

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Jukipa Anrango Kotierk on Arctic Net

Jukipa Anrango Kotierk on Arctic Net

Guest blog written by Arctic 2018 alumna Jukipa Anrango Kotierk. Jukipa aboard the Ocean Endeavour on the 2018 Arctic expedition Being chosen as one of...

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Kassidy Koaha Laube: reflecting on the Kitikmeot Trade Show

Kassidy Koaha Laube: reflecting on the Kitikmeot Trade Show

Blog post written by Arctic 2013 alum Kassidy/Hovak Koaha Laube. When I first heard about the Kitikmeot Trade Show Travel Grant I thought that this grant...

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