Annual Dr. David V.J. Bell Memorial Lecture

Canadian thought leaders bridging the gap between research and practice.

4th Annual Dr. David V.J. Bell Memorial Lecture

Thank you to those who were able to join us for an engaging discussion featuring:

  • Katharine Hayhoe, Climate Scientist – discussing her latest book, “Saving Us: A Climate Scientist’s Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World”
  • Naila Moloo, Youth Climate Innovator – discussing youth perspectives on climate change education
  • Daniel Sylvestre, Land Based Coordinator at Mistawasis Nehiyawak, First Nation School in Treaty 6 Territory, SK – discussing climate change from the perspective of an Indigenous educator
Recording now available!

About Dr. Bell + Memorial Lecture

Dr. David V.J. Bell became a member of LSF in 1995, became Chair of the Board of Directors in 2006, and was an integral part of our organization for over 22 years. His passion, commitment and dedication to sustainability and education left a permanent imprint on policy makers, educators and youth across Canada and internationally. Dr. Bell’s impact on LSF has been invaluable, and his leadership and countless contributions were recognized through numerous awards including: the Green Toronto Award for Leadership in Sustainability, the EECOM Award, the Harry Jerome Award, 2017 Clean50 Award, and the Jackie Robinson Fortitude Award. 

The Annual Dr. David V.J. Bell Lecture is intended to help bridge the gap between research and what is practiced in educational institutions by identifying Canadian thought leaders to share their research and insights on education for sustainable development as it applies to education policy, teacher education and practice, and student empowerment.

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