top of page

Pearl Pique

Whitehorse, YK

Pearl Pique Carpina (she/her) holds a BSc in Northern Environmental and Conservation Sciences from Yukon University and the University of Alberta. Originally from Mayorga, Leyte, Philippines, she was raised in the traditional territories of Ta'an Kwäch'än Council and Kwanlin Dün First Nation in Whitehorse, Yukon, making her a proud Filipino Canadian.

Her previous role includes contributing to Yukon University's Academic and Research Planning Committee, working as a researcher with the Government of Yukon in the Land Use Branch and at the Yukon Research Centre with the Climate Change Department and the Permafrost and Geosciences teams. One of Pearl’s notable roles includes co-authoring a research paper focused on Climate Change Adaptation Assessments in the Yukon. In this capacity, she has had the opportunity to deliver presentations to Yukon University, the Government of Yukon, the Government of Canada and the Council of Yukon First Nations.

Pearl is also a current SOI Foundation Alumni Council member after participating in the Arctic Policy Cohort 2023. Her curiosity for other cultures led her to be selected to take part in the North2North exchange program in Sweden at Stockholm University and the French + Science program about sustainable development in Montpellier, France.

Pearl is very passionate about climate change, environmental sustainability, and conservation. She looks forward to working at national and international levels to help improve the socioeconomic environment for future generations.

bottom of page