Introducing the UN International Year of Glaciers' Preservation: The state and fate of Canada's snow and ice | Free webinar - Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative

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Introducing the UN International Year of Glaciers’ Preservation: The state and fate of Canada’s snow and ice | Free webinar

March 21 at 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Snow and ice are a part of the Canadian identity. We need to protect them. Learn what’s being done at this free webinar on March 21.

Hosted on the soon-to-be World Day for Glaciers (March 21), this event will introduce Canada’s contribution to the United Nations’ International Year of Glaciers’ Preservation (UN IYGP.)

Learn how snow, ice and resulting water conditions are changing in the Canadian Mountain West and North, and what this means for the country as a whole. An audience Q&A with the guest speakers and message from the Global Institute for Water Security will conclude the event.

This is a free event hosted by the Canadian Committee for the UN IYGP.

Please register here.

Guest speakers

  • John Pomeroy: Canada Research Chair in Water Resources and Climate Change, Director, Global Water Futures Programme; Director, Centre for Hydrology, University of Saskatchewan
  • Alison Criscitiello: Director, Canadian Ice Core Lab, University of Alberta
  • Bob Sandford: Senior Government Relations Liaison, Global Climate Emergency Response at the United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment, and Health
  • Corinne Schuster-Wallace: Executive Director, Global Institute for Water Security, University of Saskatchewan

Y2Y is excited to be an official partner on the Canadian Committee for the United Nations’ International Year of Glaciers’ Preservation! Follow along in 2024 and 2025 as we celebrate the splendor of frozen landscapes. We’ll be sharing more opportunities like this to recognize the impacts of climate change on snow and ice and their implications for downstream water resources.