Tom-Pierre Frappé-Sénéclauze is a scientist and educator passionate about connecting mind and heart to help communities embrace times of rapid transformation. Starting his career as a field glaciologist in the Yukon Territory and the Norwegian Arctic, he lived by and studied glaciers characterised by their complex and often abrupt response to gradual environmental change. As a researcher at the University of British Columbia, he joined forces with the Western Canadian Cryospheric Network to predict the future of thousands of glaciers in Western Canada, and their impact on water resources. In the last couple years, Tom-Pierre focused on the interaction between natural and human systems, bridging his background in natural science and his experience as a teacher and community organiser to spark transformational conversations about collective change. He currently works in community engagement, organisational learning, and democratic education. Tom-Pierre holds a BSc in Physics from Laval University, a Masters in Geophysics from the University of British Columbia, and is a LEED Certified Professional.
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