November 7th and November 9th 2017: Two joint UBC and Vancouver Aquarium events

Charting a Sustainable Course: Making Sustainable Choices |Panel Discussion

When: Tuesday 7th November | 7pm (doors 6.30pm)

 

What?  Join the Vancouver Aquarium and OceanCanada@UBC for an engaging discussion with four leading experts. Learn how you can make sustainable choices to protect our oceans from overfishing and other harmful practices. Will be followed by a ‘Meet and Mingle’ with the experts.

 

Where? The Vancouver Aquarium, 845 Avison Way, Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2

 

Price? Free AND food provided(!!) –  but registration encouraged. Register here: www.vanaqua.org/experience/events/annual-and-upcoming-events/ocean-canada

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Anecdotal Evidence: Science Storytelling

When: Thursday 9th November | 7.30pm (doors 7pm)

 

What?   Join the Vancouver Aquarium, Anecdotal Evidence and OceanCanada@UBC to hear stories from real life Marine Scientists! Ever wondered what twists and turns in a person’s life ultimately lead to a passionate career as a scientist? Or what stories lie behind the data? Or how non-scientists experience science?

 

Anecdotal Evidence is a live storytelling series where people share stories of how they experience science in their lives. They are human stories around the very broad theme of science. Stories of failure, fieldwork, love, death, cosmic loneliness and more. The stories are filled with humour, humanity, and sometimes even science!

To here stories from previous event check out the Anecdotal Evidence podcast here: anecdotalevidence.ca/listen

 

**Finger food is included in your ticket price! There will also be a cash bar.**

 

Where? The Vancouver Aquarium, 845 Avison Way, Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2

 

Price? $20 – food provided.  Register here but don’t leave it too late as this often sells out: www.vanaqua.org/sciencestorytelling

If you want any more information about either event email Ruth ruth.sharpe@ocean.org

Photo Credit: Maxim Krayushkin from flickr/ Creative Commons