Sustainable Speaker Series

The Sustainable Speakers Series is a monthly event hosted by the Saskatchewan Environmental Society and the Saskatoon Public Library. These environmentally-themed presentations are free for all to attend and are located in lower level meeting room of the Frances Morrison Central Library (311 23rd Street East) in Saskatoon. All talks run from 7:00pm to 8:30pm.

The Sustainable Speaker Series will resume in September 2017:

Tuesday, September 19
“The stories behind the policy: Sustainability in Saskatoon and Edmonton”
Speaker: Cody Sharpe, Upstream Policy Coordinator

Tuesday, October 17
“Is it really darkest before the dawn: A look at light pollution in the city of Saskatoon and it’s effects on ecosystems”
Speaker: Kenton Lysak, Meewasin Valley Authority Senior Interpreter

Tuesday, November 21
“Let’s talk climate change: How to build bridges in Saskatchewan”
Speakers: Hayley Carlson, SES Policy Coordinator
& Rachel Malenachan, U of S Master’s Student and Organizer with Climate Justice Saskatoon

January to May 2017 Library Resource Lists

View the “January 2017 – Photography & Environmental Conservation” resource list prepared by the Saskatoon Public Library here.

View the “February 2017 – Policy Approaches to Climate Change” resource list prepared by the Saskatoon Public Library here.

View the “March 2017 – Healthy Yards for Prairie Gardeners” resource list prepared by the Saskatoon Public Library here.

View the “April 2017 – Sustainable Landscapes that Grow with Us” resource list prepared by the Saskatoon Public Library here.

View the “May 2017 – Watching Wildlife in Prince Albert National Park” resource list prepared by the Saskatoon Public Library here.