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Cold Regions Warming: Documenting circumpolar climate change and impacts on freshwater
The Global Water Futures programme, Canada and the Russian Culture House, UK are pleased to present a virtual gallery opening of the Cold Regions Warming Exhibition at Rossotrudnichestvo, London. A collaboration between artist Gennady Ivanov and Global Water Futures, the live event will feature remarks by Their Excellencies Mr. Andrei Kelin, Russian Ambassador to UK and Madam Janice Charette, the High Commissioner for Canada in the United Kingdom.

Cold Regions Warming presents an art-science perspective on the climate change threats to the vast cold regions shared by Russia and Canada. The burning forests, thawing permafrost, melting glaciers and declining snow and ice cover are damaging the natural capital of the vast boreal and arctic ecosystems that support our economies and the Arctic Ocean. A rescue will require an immediate mobilization for a great common endeavour, on a scale that vastly exceeds that for any previous great cause in human history.

Event format:

Welcome: Anton Chesnokov, Director of Russian Culture House UK

Remarks from Their Excellencies: Mr. Andrei Kelin, Russian Ambassador to UK and Madam Janice Charette, the High Commissioner for Canada in the United Kingdom.

Global Water Futures and Circumpolar Climate Change: Prof. John Pomeroy, Director, Global Water Futures Programme, Canada

The Art of the Science: Gennadiy Ivanov, Norwich Art Gallery, UK

The Intersection of Art and Science: Prof. Trevor Davies, University of East Anglia, UK

Virtual Gallery Viewing

More on Cold Regions Warming: www.gennadiyart.weebly.com

More on Global Water Futures: https://gwf.usask.ca/index.php

Dec 17, 2020 11:00 AM in Saskatchewan

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