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Climate Talks: Protecting Biodiversity from the Impacts of Climate Change
TODAY! Join the German Embassy and Consulates in Canada and The Walrus for an online discussion about the lessons and challenges at the intersection of biodiversity and climate-focused communication in Canada and Europe.

Almost one year after the 2022 UN Biodiversity Conference in Montreal, our panel of environmental journalists and climate advocates gathers to discuss how innovative journalism and biodiversity-focused communication can break down silos and bridge divides, as well as to share transatlantic perspectives on actions, facts, and policy.
Oliver Anderson, Melina Laboucan-Massimo, Stephen Leahy, Saroja Coelho
Thursday, November 23
9:00 a.m. PST | 10:00 a.m. MST
11:00 a.m. CST | 12:00 p.m. EST
1:00 p.m. AST | 1:30 p.m. NST

Climate Talks: Protecting Biodiversity from the Impacts of Climate Change

Virtual event
Moderated by Saroja Coelho, Host, CBC Music and CBC Radio One


Oliver Anderson, Director of Communications to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change Canada

Melina Laboucan-Massimo, Co-founder, Indigenous Climate Action, and Founder, Sacred Earth Solar

Stephen Leahy, International Environmental Journalist

Prof. Hans-Otto PΓΆrtner, Head of Integrated Ecophysiology, Alfred Wegener Institute

Jule Reimer, Journalist, Deutschlandfunk

Christian SchwΓ€gerl, Environment and Science Journalist, Managing Director Riff Free Media (Nonprofit Organization), Berlin

The Walrus Talks at Home: Media Right Now
Digital media has catapulted young voices to the forefront, transforming them into pivotal innovators and influencers. They are not just absorbing content but shaping conversations and redefining the media landscape. The Walrus Talks at Home: Media Right Now highlights this seismic shift, delving into the unique challenges and opportunities the digital-native generation faces in today’s rapidly evolving world.

Addressing misinformation and emphasizing media literacy have never been more crucial. How is social media rewriting the rules of community activism? In what ways is digital storytelling revolutionizing human rights journalism and reporting? Explore how new-age innovators are challenging the status quo, breaking through the barriers of underrepresentation in mainstream media.

Join a compelling conversation that dives into the future of media and emerges with fresh perspectives from the young creators leading this revolution.
Wednesday, December 6
4:00 p.m. PST | 5:00 p.m. MST
6:00 p.m. CST | 7:00 p.m. EST
:00 p.m. AST | 8:30 p.m. NST

The Walrus Talks at Home:
Media Right Now

Virtual event
Moderated by Jennifer Hollett, Executive Director, The Walrus


Spencer Izen, Legal Researcher, Freedom of Information and Privacy Association

Carol Eugene Park, Freelance Writer and Podcast Editor

And more!

WATCH: The Walrus Talks Equitable Housing
At The Walrus Talks Equitable Housing, seven leaders answered a range of questions that we have all been asking ourselves: How are underserved communities, newcomers, and aging populations particularly impacted by Canada’s lack of affordable housing? How do urbanization, gentrification, and generational wealth come into play? And how can community engagement and advocacy; innovative social and sustainable housing; and responsible building become the solutions that enable the change we need?
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