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Why climate change education needs more empathy

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Lhoosk’uz Dené village taps into clean water after a 20-year wait

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Sarah Kamal and George Benson: The fires were just the beginning, welcome to the age of climate displacement

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Student Directed Seminar on UBC's Sustainability Performance

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On July 18, UBC President Santa J. Ono hosted nearly 50 climate action leaders and thinkers from business, government, utility and the non-profit sector, alongside UBC’s senior leaders and researchers, to explore resilient partnerships for climate action in the Metro Vancouver region. Led by...
This Wednesday, July 18 th , UBC President Santa J. Ono will host nearly 50 representatives from across UBC and the lower mainland for the UBC President’s Roundtable: Building Resilient Partnerships for Climate Action. The community-university Roundtable will convene senior leaders and climate...
If you were on UBC’s Vancouver campus during the winter term, you might have noticed the Veemo velomobiles around campus. Vancouver-based company VeloMetro had five of these vehicles to pilot a sharing service for these electric-assisted bike-automobile hybrids: a global first. The pilot began in...
Each year, about 10,000 birds die at UBC by colliding with clear and reflective glass. Windows reflect mirror images of trees and other vegetation and create a particular hazard for birds. UBC has collaborated with Environment and Climate Change Canada on bird collision research to try and better...
By Alycia Doering. Photo credit: Natalie Manitius The Collective The UBC Sustainability Student Collective is a new campus-wide coalition of more than 12 student sustainability groups that came together to advocate for bold campus action on climate change and climate justice. The Collective has...

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