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Climate Change & Energy
Policy, Economics & Governance
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

Climate Change & Energy
Natural Resources
Policy, Economics & Governance

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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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A remote Lhoosk’uz Dené community is holding a celebration to mark a joyful milestone. After decades of relying on bottled water, the village of about 50 people, located 200 kilometres west of Quesnel on Kluskus Lake, now has a steady supply of clean drinking water straight out of the tap, thanks...
Like thousands of other medical students in Canada, Kevin Liang had no idea he would be asked to take more than 10 flights during his last year for in-person residency interviews. “After learning this, I knew I had to quantify the climate impact from thousands of students travelling for CaRMS (the...
As part of the 2020-21 UBC Sustainability Scholars cohort, PhD student Elizabeth Jackson engaged with kQwa’ste’not (Charlene George), the cultural voice of Sierra Club BC (SCBC) and a member of the t’Souk Nation, to create A Pathway Together , a toolkit consisting of an electronic guide and print...
This article was originally published by UVic News on June 22, 2021. Incorporating an industrial by-product into lithium-sulphur batteries may enable the creation of smaller, safer and cheaper electric vehicle (EV) batteries with doubled energy capacity, according to researchers leading a new...
This article by Wan Yee Lok was originally published by UBC News on June 23, 2021. World-renowned climate activists and journalists Naomi Klein and Avi Lewis are joining the faculty at the University of British Columbia’s department of geography. “We are thrilled to welcome Naomi and Avi to UBC to...
Recognized in the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and protected by international human rights law, Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) refers to the right of Indigenous Peoples to be properly informed and engaged in order to give or withhold consent to...
This article by Erik Rolfsen was originally published by UBC News on June 14, 2021. Photo by Marcin Jozwiak / Unsplash. An international research team led by the University of British Columbia’s Dr. Michael Brauer and Washington University in St. Louis’ Dr. Randall Martin has published the most...
The new course listing tool responds to a strategic priority highlighted in the Climate Emergency Task Force report to, “Expand climate education opportunities and resources for the UBC community and broader public.” The tool curates and promotes courses with climate change-related content to...
Listen to the full interview. Following the Together | Ensemble 2020 Conference , a group of UBC students and their peers from campuses across Canada wondered how to promote intersectional and interdisciplinary collaboration towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) between Canadian post-...
Fireweed Fields is part of Vegetal Encounters , Holly Schmidt’s durational artist residency in the Outdoor Art program. Vegetal Encounters is one of a number of public art initiatives at the UBC Vancouver campus. Fireweed Fields transforms the Belkin’s lawns into a fireweed meadow, encouraging...

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