Ask Us Anything About Hacking Lake Winnipeg
Learn all about how you can hack Lake Winnipeg in 2020 with these upcoming Ask Me Anything sessions with our water issue leaders and AquaHacking alumni.
Ask Me Anything Networking Sessions
These sessions offer opportunities to learn more about the water issues, connect with like-minded individuals, and seek advice from water sector experts! Whether you're new to AquaHacking or already registered, this is your chance to engage in meaningful conversations with water experts, mentors, and AquaHacking alumni.
Join us for one or all of the upcoming sessions listed below.
For each networking session you attend, you'll receive a draw entry for one of three $25 SkipTheDishes gift cards!
MICROPLASTICS: Wednesday, April 29, 2020, at 4:00 p.m. CDT
with Dr. Chelsea Rochman (U of T Trash Team) and AquaHacking alumni Lauren Smith (PolyGone Technologies) and Brendan Carberry (The Green Stop)
WATER & LAND MANAGEMENT: Thursday, April 30, 2020, at 12:00 p.m. CDT
with Patty Rosher and Alanna Gray (Keystone Agricultural Producers) and AquaHacking alumni Rebecca Swabbey and Patrick Sapinski (Maple Precision)
FISH HEALTH: Thursday, April 30, 2020, at 4:00 p.m. CDT
with Dr. Vince Palace (IISD Experimental Lakes Area)
WATERSHED INVESTMENT: Friday, May 1, 2020, at 4:00 p.m. CDT
with Geoff Gunn and Madeline Stanley (IISD) and AquaHacking alumnus Kat Kavanagh (Water Rangers)
DRINKING WATER: Date TBD
These sessions are being organized in collaboration with Hackworks and Aqua Forum.
Virtual Fireside Chat: How Two Continents Are Working Together to Improve The Health Of The African Great Lakes
Did you know that scientists across North America and Africa are putting their heads—and expertise—together on issues including algal blooms, climate change, invasive species, fragile fisheries, to name but a few, to improve the health of the African Great Lakes?
Virtual Forum on Hydrogen Economy
IISD is organizing a series of three webinars on the Hydrogen Economy on October 26 (public event), October 27 (parallel workshops on key issues) and November 2 (high-level discussion of recommendations for how governments should best intervene and support the market).
AquaHacking Lake Winnipeg Final
Learn which innovative solutions to Lake Winnipeg's woes will take home the grand prize on October 20.
IGF's 16th Annual General Meeting
The IGF will host its 16th Annual General Meeting on October 20–22, 2020. The event will be held online for the very first time with theme: Mining and COVID-19: From crisis to sustainability.