Seeing Human and Climate Trauma as One

Fri May 5, 2017, Ottawa, ON

“Seeing Human and Climate Trauma as One”

Sheila Watt-Cloutier, environmental, cultural and human rights advocate, is in the business of transforming public opinion into public policy. Experienced in working with global decision makers for over a decade, she offers a new model for 21st century leadership. At a time when people are seeking solutions, direction, and a sense of hope, this global leader provides a big picture of where we are and where we're headed.

Watt-Cloutier is known for her advocacy work in showing the impact of global climate change on human rights—especially in the Arctic, where it is felt more immediately, and more dramatically, than anywhere else in the world.

Date: Friday, May 5, 2017
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Shaw Centre, Canada Hall 2 – 55 Colonel By Dr., Ottawa

$10 - students
$15 - uOttawa alumni, professors and staff
$20 - other guests

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Contact Name: Hillary Rose
E-mail: hrose (at)


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