The Centre for Social Innovation's Climate Ventures Mornings is a chance to come hear from the city’s top climate entrepreneurs and leaders. You’ll gain a greater understanding of the different ways in which we can tackle the climate crisis, and hear some pretty inspiring personal stories along the way.
Thursday, November 14, we’re sitting down with journalist Fatima Syed of The Logic and, formerly, National Observer for a conversation on reporting from a divided country in the age of climate change.
Learn more and RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/climate-ventures-mornings-a-conversation-with-journalist-fatima-syed-tickets-78298333423
Fatima Syed is a reporter with The Logic, where she covers the innovation economy. She was previously a reporter with National Observer, where she established the outlet’s Queen’s Park coverage covering exclusive news on the Doug Ford government, including all their environmental and energy policies.
She previously worked at the Toronto Star and at The Walrus, and is a National Magazine Award nominee. She has contributed chapters to two anthologies published by Coach House Books, Subdivided: City-Building in an Age of Hyper-Diversity and House Divided.
The Centre for Social Innovation’s Climate Ventures (climateventures.org) is home to the entrepreneurs, innovators, and leaders working on climate solutions and climate justice. We provide them with coworking, community, and services to accelerate their success and amplify their impact. From farming to fashion, our members are building the low-carbon economy and a better future for all.
Come check out the Climate Ventures space and hear from incredible change-makers over coffee and a baked good!
Contact Shea Sinnott, Senior Programs Manager with CSI's Climate Ventures, if you have questions: email@example.com