Don’t miss this talk from Emily Hunter, environmental change-maker, storyteller & scholar. She is a graduate student in the Diploma for Climate Action Leadership at Royal Roads University and is completing her Masters in Environmental Studies at York University. She has worked with the world's leading environmental organization for over 15 years winning a variety of campaigns, from saving whales with Sea Shepherd to leading an anti-plastics campaign with Greenpeace New Zealand. Today she resides in Toronto with her son and husband, researching the intersection of youth climate activism, mental health and education. Emily is the daughter of the late Robert Hunter, first president of Greenpeace and Bobbi Hunter, co-founder of Greenpeace.