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Confronting the Climate Crisis is a shorts program, multiple films are part of this screening.

Tim Anaviapik Soucie is a young father living in Pond Inlet, Nunavut. As his grandfather did before, he wants to start his own research to study water quality to benefit its community. Tim embarks on an inspiring journey that will lead to empowerment and cultural revitalization. The experience becomes an awakening for Tim and his team, a wind of change and adaptation for the community challenging the modern reality of the Canadian Arctic.

Watch this film as part of our shorts program "Confronting the Climate Crisis" in the ReFrame Virtual Theatre.



For more than 50 years, Trent has incorporated traditional teachings and perspectives into its curricular and extra-curricular programming. In fact, Trent’s groundbreaking leadership in Indigenous Studies dates back to our beginnings, when we became the first university in Canada, and only the second in North America, to establish an academic department dedicated to the study of Indigenous peoples and Indigenous knowledges. It’s just one of the ways we think differently, and inspire our students to do the same. 

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Camp Kawartha is a not for profit organization dedicated to fostering stewardship and environmental awareness for people of all ages. We want to activate and inspire everyone to go beyond sustaining, so that we can create a regenerative future. One that welcomes nature back to all of our built spaces.  

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For Our Grandchildren’s mission is to engage and mobilize our community to take effective action to combat climate change. In relentless pursuit of this mission, we will advocate/enlist support from our local governments and collaborate effectively with like-minded community organizations.

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For 30 years, GreenUP has been the Peterborough region’s leading organization focused on climate action, environmental education, and community resilience. A non-profit charitable organization, our mission is to inspire and empower environmentally healthy and sustainable action. We offer impactful, hands-on environmental education programs, lead inspiring projects that showcase the potential for green, healthy, and active neighbourhoods, and coordinate events and campaigns that enable collaborative action and civic participation. GreenUP offers a large number of inspiring programs throughout the year. 

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TRACKS (Trent Aboriginal Cultural Knowledge and Science) facilitates dynamic, land-based youth programming that braids multiple scientific approaches by centring Indigenous ways of knowing and being.

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Many young people are acutely aware of the precarious state of our planet but lack understanding of the complexity of issues and solutions and have rarely been given the means and opportunity to take positive, meaningful action. Youth Leadership in Sustainability (YLS) is an innovative experiential educational program that prepares grade 11 and 12 students in the Peterborough regions for leadership roles in pursuing sustainability at the local and global levels. The YLS classroom is on Trent University campus (and PACE @ PCVS) but the program takes students into the forests, the community, and the region.

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  • Runtime
    27 minutes
  • Director
    Vincent L’Hérault & Tim Anaviapik Soucie