UNESCO Biosphere Reserves: Opportunities for Reconciling People & Planet
Café Sci-YXE presents Dr. Maureen Reed’s talk about UNESCO-designated Biosphere Regions and their unique contributions to reconciliation.
About this event
Please join Café Sci-YXE featuring Dr. Maureen Reed, School of Environment & Sustainability (SENS), University of Saskatchewan.
Canada is home to 19 UNESCO-designated Biosphere Regions – including Redberry Lake right here in Saskatchewan! – where local and Indigenous people work hard every day to reconcile people and planet. Maureen Reed will discuss these unique contributions to reconciliation.
This event is FREE. Everyone is welcome! From anywhere in the world!
The event will be live-streamed via Zoom. Please check your registration email which will include the Zoom link and other info to join the event.
Please note the 7:30 PM start is in the Saskatchewan (Regina) time zone.