Embark provides a series of events all year long, including workshops, career nights, film screenings, panel discussions, and much more. Scroll down to see what we have coming up, and RSVP if you'd like to attend!
Embark's events and programs are FREE to the SFU community, made possible by the semesterly levy that our student members pay. If you are not an SFU student, please consider becoming an Associate Member to support our work in the same way that SFU students do.
It's alive! Our new Surrey Learning Garden now complete and it's time to celebrate! Join us in introducing the garden to the SFU Surrey campus and learn more about its future.
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Interested in learning about what edible plant species can be found in your community?Join Lori Snyder, a Métis herbalist, educator, mother, story-teller and instructor, on an urban foraging walk around Burnaby mountain. Spend an afternoon outdoors while discovering wild foods and medicines growing all around you!Event DetailsDate and Time: Thursday, March 29th, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pmLocation: Learning Garden, SFU BurnabyWho: Everyone is invited!AcknowledgementsEmbark acknowledges that this event is being hosted on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples. In particular, this includes the land of the Tsleil-Waututh, Musqueam, Skwxwú7mesh, and Kwikwetlem nations where we work, live, and play.
HOW can universities move toward carbon neutral and socially responsible investments? Investing Powerfully creates space for students, financial professionals, and university representatives to explore best investment practices for climate accountability. Through a speakers' panel and facilitated Q&A, attendees will discover the connections between decarbonization, divestment and responsible investments, and envision how reinvestment can support the work of communities.
RSVP is FREE and required: http://ow.ly/EYgz30j2NNi
Embark acknowledges that this event is being hosted on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples. In particular, this includes the land of the Tsleil-Waututh, Musqueam, Skwxwú7mesh, and Kwikwetlem nations where we work, live, and play.
This event is hosted in a theatre presentation room with escalating stairs. Please contact Gianjeet Kaur at email@example.com to make us aware of any specific accessibility needs.
This event is presented by Embark Sustainability with sponsorship from the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions at SFU (PICS).