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Wychwood Barns - 601 Christie St, Toronto
Join Greenpeace and Oscar-winning actress and activist Emma Thompson for a night of incredible stories as well as digital and art installations that will allow you to witness the breathtaking beauty of the Arctic and learn about the lives of an Inuit people on the frontlines of climate change fighting to save their home.
A long-time climate activist and gifted storyteller, Emma will recount her experiences aboard Greenpeace ships, helping to bring the world’s attention to the urgent need for climate action and creative solutions that support Inuit and Indigenous communities.
Don’t miss this exclusive chance to learn more about how the tiny, Inuit community of Clyde River is going to historic lengths to save its home, how solar energy can strengthen hope and courage in this fight, and how Greenpeace and Emma are supporting them.
A reception with complimentary refreshments and cash bar are available with ticket purchase. All cash and ticket proceeds support Greenpeace Canada and its work to protect our planet.
Doors, reception and interactive exhibits will open at 5:00pm. Storytelling will begin after 6:30pm. Emma will meet with guests before and after the storytelling. The event will end at 9:00pm.