Geoff Green and Canada C3 participant Sarain Fox on The Agenda speaking about the epic journey celebrating the people and places that make up Canada’s three coasts and the important role C3 played in bringing Indigenous and non Indigenous Canadians together on a path of Truth and Reconciliation.
The SOI Foundation is very proud to announce that our Founder & President, Geoff Green, has been selected to receive l’Ordre national du Québec.
On June 6, Geoff Green presented the Canada C3 documentary as part of Oceans Week and the International Ocean Film Festival in San Francisco.
This year’s Ottawa Riverkeeper Gala raised a record-breaking amount of money for clean water.
On May 22, 2019, Geoff Green joined the Former U.S. Ambassador to Canada Bruce Heyman and his wife Vicki Heyman for an evening of storytelling from Chicago to the Arctic. Hosted by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, the evening brought together voices from the top...
On May 14, Geoff was invited to speak at the Edge Talks hosted by 1-degree at the Rideau Club in Ottawa. Geoff spoke to the transformative power of experiential journeys to the Arctic and Antarctic in his talk "Inspiring Leaders, Leading from heart versus head"....
On May 7, 2019, Geoff delivered the keynote presentation at Ontario’s Water Conference and Trade Show hosted by the Ontario Water Works Association.
On March 26, 2019, Geoff joined Monegasque youth who participated in the 2018 Students on Ice (SOI) Arctic Expedition in presenting highlights from the journey and launching the Prince Albert II of Monaco scholarships for the 2019 Arctic Expedition.
Geoff joined leaders from around the world for a week devoted to issues impacting the ocean.
Join Geoff and the SOI Foundation for a screening of the acclaimed documentary, Canada C3: Coast to Coast to Coast at Ashbury College in Ottawa followed by a panel discussion and Q&A.
Join a Canada C3 documentary screening at Trent University followed by a panel discussion led by Dr. Whitney Lackenbauer with panelists Geoff Green, Papatsi Kotierk, Joshua Stribbell and CMN scientist Paula Piilonen.