Concordians and Indigenous partners brought their latest film project to COP 15 in Montreal – Concordia News
February 3, 2023
The latest screening followed a successful online launch of 2 new documentaries years in the making
Two Concordia journalism students, under the direction of Aphrodite Salas, assistant professor of journalism, and their Indigenous partners presented their work in the Canada Pavilion at the recent COP 15. The United Nations-organized conference, held in Montreal from December 7 to 19, examined the critical issue of preserving biodiversity.
The team produced a documentary and multimedia project featuring the Inuit village of Inukjuak. The documentary, Innavik: Leading the way to a clean energy future, shares the story of the construction of the first hydroelectric facility in Arctic Quebec.
It examines the shift away from the hazardous use of diesel fuel that the Northern community has relied on for decades. CTV News was a partner in the project
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