Brock researcher to share Antarctic adventures

Amy Lemay, Adjunct Professor in the Environmental Sustainability Research Centre (ESRC), will discuss her experience travelling to Antarctica during an upcoming public talk.

Lemay will share photos and reflections from her recent trip to the Antarctic Peninsula, with a particular focus on how science and tourism interact to support sustainability on the continent.

The hybrid format presentation, “An Antarctic Adventure: Where science, sustainability and tourism meet,” is co-hosted by the ESRC and the Water Resilience Lab.

The event takes place from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 31 and is free to attend. Participants may join via Lifesize or attend in person in Rankin Family Pavilion Room 214/215.

Please note that those planning to attend in person should RSVP on Experience BU as soon as possible, as space is limited. A light lunch will be provided for in-person participants.

Anyone with questions about Wednesday’s event should contact Associate Professor Julia Baird in the ESRC and Department of Geography and Tourism Studies.

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