From fascinating to thought-provoking, ROMSpeaks presents compelling voices on hot topics.
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ROMSpeaks Group Experience
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The Rise of Modern Tyranny
Join Professor Timothy Snyder in this thought-provoking lecture as he explores how individual citizens can turn history into action to better defend democratic freedoms and institutions.
Our oceans cover over 70% of the planet’s surface and are vital to all forms of life, including humans. From moderating our climate and weather to influencing our fresh water and soil cycles, they provide primary sustenance to over 2 billion people. With more coastline than any other country in the world, protecting our oceans is crucial to Canada’s future. As they become increasingly threatened by climate change, pollution, and overfishing, Canada has committed to becoming a global leader in marine protection by pledging to permanently safeguard 10% of its ocean by 2020, as agreed to under international targets.
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Join Alexandra Cousteau and Mandy Rae Krack for a fascinating look at the work they’ve done to protect our remarkable blue planet.
Join leading ocean scientists, storytellers, Indigenous leaders and government stakeholders as they look towards 2020 in this compelling conference exploring the status of Canada’s marine conservation programs, and our role in protecting the oceans that sustain us.
Discover the scope and depth of the Dior Heritage archive with Soizic Pfaff, Director of Dior Heritage, as she shares how the organization selects and purchases pieces for the archive, and their pivotal role in the overall and ongoing mission of Dior.
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Join acclaimed wildlife photographer Joel Sartore as he shares his ground-breaking journey to create the National Geographic Photo Ark.