Keyano Climate Change Conference 2023

Climate Change Within and Beyond Our Local Communities 

Keyano College presents a one-day Climate Change Conference hosted virtually and in-person at Keyano College on Saturday, March 25, 2023, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. MDT. This conference is FREE to everyone. 

What is The Climate Change Conference?

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The overall goal of this conference is to bring together a diverse group of scientists, organizations, and other participants from different parts of the world as partners in learning to share new knowledge about the impact of climate change in a variety of fields and communities and identify emerging policies, strategies, and measures used to adapt, mitigate, and combat them.

You can look forward to an exciting line up of sessions and Q&As with the option of attending either in person or virtually. Refreshment and lunch will be provided. This blended format will help to offer more inclusive, flexible attendance options to suit a variety of needs and circumstances.  More details coming soon!

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.

Attendance and Registration

The 2023 Climate Change conference will be hosted both virtually and in-person at Keyano College on Saturday, March 25, 2023, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. MDT. This conference is FREE to everyone. 

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Sponsor

Thank you to Tim Hortons, Starbucks, and the School of University Studies, Career Programs, and Academic Upgrading for sponsoring the Keyano College Climate Change Conference 2023. 

Past Climate Change Conferences

 2022
 
 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