FANE co-director Sean McGrath, on VOCM (Monday, March 4), discussing the Oceans Symposium.
For a New Earth will be live streaming Seafaring the North Atlantic (Friday, March 15 at 5pm) and Future of Oceans (Saturday, March 16, 9am).
The Royal Society of Canada (Atlantic) and FANE presents Future of Oceans, A Symposium on Stewarding the North Atlantic Symposium Program (pdf) LIVESTREAM
Seafaring the North Atlantic is a musical and cinematic prelude to the Future of Oceans Symposium FEATURING a screening of shorts on the Atlantic from the archives of the NFB, followed by Canada’s premier violin and piano ensemble Duo Concertante, performing “The ocean is full of its own collapse” by Andrew Staniland, based on Lisa Read more about Seafaring the North Atlantic[…]
War On Nature Ian Goudie The great American sage and poet, Gary Snyder, likened what is happening now to nature worldwide – the nonhuman realm of watersheds and ecosystems, to a war against Nature. At its roots, the western culture is driven by capitalism which by definition is about maximizing profits, and often at a Read more about War on Nature[…]
FANE’s submission to the Muskrat Fall Inquiry is available here, as a pdf. Muskrat Falls Commission Report Final We also welcome visitors to read, view and listen to the materials gathered here from various FANE sponsored Muskrat Falls events. Click here for the Inquiry’s Homepage
In February, 2018, Sean McGrath, Kyla Bruff and I (co-directors of FANE) travelled to Happy Valley-Goose Bay, where we participated in a public symposium on the environmental, social, and culture impacts of the ill-conceived Muskrat Falls Hydroelectric project. Many people took the time to participate in the event, and to speak to us in depth Read more about Mina Campbell[…]
The Future of Oceans A Royal Society of Canada Atlantic Symposium (in partnership with MUN and FANE) The health of our oceans has never been more in the public eye than today. Coral reefs and fisheries in every ocean of the planet are threatened by rising sea temperatures; the presence of human waste, especially plastics is ubiquitous; Read more about The Future of Oceans[…]
Last week, the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a new comprehensive report, urging action on climate change. The report details both the dire consequences of inaction, but also charts a way forward towards keeping temperature increases below 2 degrees – such change, however, demands immediate and pervasive policy action. “There is alarming evidence Read more about New IPCC Report on Climate Change[…]
Wasteland, a film by Lucy Walker Innovation Hall, MUN Campus Wednesday, October 17, 7 p.m.