BEAA and RAIC Present – Perspectives from Atlantic Canada: Climate Action and Inclusivity in the Built Environment

BEAA and the RAIC are hosting a special event “Perspectives from Atlantic Canada: Climate Action and Inclusivity in the Built Environment”. This is a virtual event with an in-person touchdown viewing location. (Sign up for in-person participation in Halifax, NS, Charlottetown, PEI, NB, and St. John’s, NL.) Happening on November 24th, 2022, at 4:30 pm AST / 5:00 pm NST, Registration is $25, with a portion being donated to the Red Cross Hurricane Fiona Fund. This event is also certified for Continuing Education hours.

Join us at one of our three touchdown locations:

Halifax Central Library, BMO Community Room – Halifax, NS
Nine Yards Studio – Charlottetown, PEI
Gibbons Snow Architects – St. John’s, NL

Please note that confirmed in-person viewing locations are listed in the website registration.

Moderated by Intern Architect and RAIC Climate Action Plan Steering Committee Member Reanna Merasty, BEAA is pleased to include the perspectives of Sera Thompson (Climate Engagement Specialist with HaliFACT), Harriett Burdett-Moulton (Architect), Sandra A. Cooke (Landscape Architect, Brackish Design), and Catherine Venart (Architect, TU Delft, Dalhousie University). We invite you to listen to our subject matter experts give their unique perspectives in their field, while covering topics that all touch on climate action and inclusivity.

Register here!