Keyano Climate Change Conference 2022

Understanding our Changing Northern Communities to Navigate the Future

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Keyano College presents a one-day Climate Change Conference hosted virtually and in-person at Keyano College on Saturday, March 26, 2022, Earth Hour, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. MDT.

What is The Climate Change Conference?

The overall goal of this conference is to bring together scientists, experts, organizations, Indigenous leaders, and other participants as partners in learning to share and increase knowledge of the climate change, impact and adaptation and to provide information about policies, programs, and tools in place to protect, mitigate and help Northern and Arctic communities to adapt.

By the end of the conference, we hope to enhance the understanding of: 

  • Climate change in the past, present, and future.
  • Effects of the impact of climate change in Northern communities and Arctic regions.
  • Methods and strategies used by communities to adapt, build, and enhance their climate change resilience.

To achieve these objectives, participants will be engaged in a diverse range of oral presentations from several leaders in climate change around the globe and poster presentations from our student members.

View the Conference Agenda  Conference Attendee Handbook

Who Can Attend This Conference?aerial view of oil sands operations

This conference is free and open to everyone, including students, faculty, staff, community members, family, and friends interested in learning more about climate change. We also welcome all new ideas and questions.

How is The Conference Organized?

Keyano Climate Change Conference is organized by faculty and students of EAS 208 (Introduction to Global Change). All of whom volunteer their time to make this day happen.

 Student Posters

Below are the student posters for Keyano College Climate Change Conference 2022. Once you have viewed the posters, please submit your vote for the poster you believe is the best. The winner of the People's Choice Award will be determined by ballot and announced at the end of the conference. 

Poster # 1

Poster # 2

Poster # 3

Poster # 4

Poster # 5

Submit Your Vote

2022 Conference Videos
 Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation's Renewable Energy Program
 Boreal Woodland Caribou Habitat Conservation
 Climate Change and Wildfire
 Climate Change in Wood Buffalo National Park
 Peat Bog Archives
 Syncrude's GHG Program

Attendance and Registration

 Due to the Covid-19 pandemics, few participants will be present in-person and all others connected remotely. Registration can be completed via the online booking form. 

 If you have any questions or concerns about the conference, send us an email. 

E-Mail Climate Change Conference 


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