Arctic Futures 2050 Delegation Blog: Kevin

Arctic Futures 2050 Delegation Blog: Kevin

ARCTIC – a direction for you - A – Appointing the Alumni R- Redefine your role  C – Consider the lived (SOI) experience T-...

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Arctic Futures 2050 Delegation Blog: Shawna

Arctic Futures 2050 Delegation Blog: Shawna

The trip to Washington had been an amazing experience that was full of growth personally and academically.  For the preconference that led up to...

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Arctic Futures 2050 Delegation Blog: Tao

Arctic Futures 2050 Delegation Blog: Tao

Most of the time, we do not know how to begin a speech, an audio recording or a even a journal. It is hard to take the first step, always. In my case,...

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Arctic Futures 2050 Delegation Blog: Oopik

Arctic Futures 2050 Delegation Blog: Oopik

The Arctic Futures 2050 Conference was a time of reflection and growth. Many individual panelists recognized the need for indigenous knowledge incorporation...

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Arctic Futures 2050 Delegation Blog: Christina

Arctic Futures 2050 Delegation Blog: Christina

I’ve been fervently involved with social justice back in high school, and now I’m a software engineer. Where a typical day for me entails writing code...

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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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