Welcome to the SEEDS (Social Ecological Economic Development Studies) Sustainability Program. SEEDS creates applied research and interdisciplinary partnerships between students, faculty, staff and community partners to advance sustainability ideas, policies, and practices and create societal impacts by using the Campus as a Living Laboratory.
SEEDS projects address a broad range of social, ecological, and economic sustainability issues. Since the program began, over 1,000 projects have been completed through 12 different faculties and schools.
The SEEDS Sustainability Library is a comprehensive repository of applied research and knowledge. It’s a key tool for decision makers. Open access applied research reports contribute to a body of knowledge, learning and action to ignite sustainability ideas, policies and practices, and enable the broader community to learn, apply and build on previous research.
Carolina SanchezCampus + Community Planning: Bud Fraser; Faculty of Science: Fiona Beaty; Faculty of Science: Kaleigh Davis; Geography, Department of: Dominika Ziemczonek; Sustainability and Engineering: Aaron BichardVOL 400Food, Procurement, WasteGeography, Department of: Simon Donner2017-2018PDF
Devon HarlosCampus + Community Planning: Neal LaMontagne; Campus + Community Planning: Scot Hein; Campus + Community Planning: Chris FayPLAN 528ABuildings, Community, LandSchool of Community and Regional Planning: Maged Senbel2017-2018PDF
Leo Belanger, Sanika Bhide, Jan Evangelista, Max Hollingworth, Mahir TuliIrving K. Barber Learning Centre: Julie Mitchell; UBC Library: Sandra WilkinsEECE 400/409/419/429/439/469Energy, Health, WellbeingElectrical and Computer Engineering: Paul Lusina2017-2018PDF
George Hill, Max Leung, Mackenzie Lubberding, Tamara McPherson, Andrew StewartCampus + Community Planning: Krista FalknerCIVL 445Community, Land, TransportationCivil Engineering: Yahya Nazhat2017-2018PDF
Aina CrozierCampus + Community Planning: Bud Fraser; Energy and Water: Blair Antcliffe CIVL 592FBuildings, WaterCivil Engineering: Steven Weijs; School of Community and Regional Planning: Martino Tran2017-2018PDF