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UBC’s largest ever delegation of students, faculty, and staff will attend the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP27) in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, this November. Announcement by Linda Nowlan, Senior Director,...

Nature is Right- Legal Recognition of Nature’s Rights

Ecological Systems
Human Well-being & Social Systems
Natural Resources

Engagement Recap: Re-storying our Relations with the Natural World – Mother Trees Forest Walk

Ecological Systems
Human Well-being & Social Systems

UBC strengthens track record as global sustainability leader in higher education

Climate Change & Energy
Human Well-being & Social Systems

Podcast: F is for Faculty - Dr. Aaron Boley

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PODCAST: F IS FOR FACULTY

A podcast series on sustainability and climate action brought to you by the Sustainability Hub. In each episode, we’ll introduce you to what a UBC faculty member is doing to advance sustainability and climate action through research and teaching, and they’ll tell you what they want you to DO with all this new knowledge.

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Written by Maggy Spence This summer, I am working on a unique project with the False Creek Friends Society , a relatively new, up-and-coming non-profit organization. The long-term goal of the Society is to establish a marine protected area within False Creek and English Bay co-managed by the...
Whether you enjoy your podcasts on a lunchtime walk, pushing reps at the gym, lining up for the 99, early morning gardening or late-night listening, we’ve got you covered with new sustainability and climate action learning from UBC’s amazing faculty. We hope you enjoy. Feedback, comments, questions...
Congratulations to the 2022 recipients of the Sustainability Education Grants! Learn more about this year's recipients and the exciting work they have planned. JEDDII in Sustainability Education [2-year grant] Lead applicants: Leonora Angeles (Applied Science) and Kim Snowden (Arts) This project...
All opinions belong to Claire Ewing and not to Metro Vancouver or any other governmental body or employer. Can you describe what your Scholar's project was about? My project considered the concentrations and distributions of nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions from gas boilers, heaters, and generators...
An introduction from Dean of the UBC Sauder School of Business, Robert Helsey, and moderation by award-winning reporter and CBC anchor, Lien Yeung, set the stage for a conversation on how businesses could improve to better address climate change. Four guest panelists approached the topic from...
Welcome to F is for Faculty . In each episode, we’ll introduce you to what a UBC faculty member is doing to advance sustainability and climate action through research and teaching, and they’ll tell you what they want you to DO with all this new knowledge. This week, we met Dr. Tara Ivanochko,...
Launched in 2018, UC3 member universities combine their expertise, knowledge, and resources to tackle and accelerate climate action. Fostering cross-sector collaboration, the initiative hopes to solve the multifaceted problem of Climate Change. UC3 universities commit to: Taking bold action on...
Welcome to our first episode of a new podcast series called F is for Faculty . In each episode, we’ll introduce you to what a UBC faculty member is doing to advance sustainability and climate action through research and teaching, and they’ll tell you what they want you to DO with all this new...
Originally published June 6, 2022 by Peter A. Allard School of Law The Office of the Dean and Vice-Provost of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies is pleased to announce the latest winner of the Killam Connection competition. “Heavy Metal” is a new collaborative course, jointly sponsored by the School...
The organization’s topmost decision-making body is meeting next week, June 12 to 15, and almost 500 scientists have urged it take steps to protect fish stocks for the future. Dr. Rashid Sumaila ( he/him ), professor in UBC’s Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries, discusses what subsidies need to...

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