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UBC Researchers are Helping Communities Prepare for the Effects of Climate Change

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Student Directed Seminar on UBC's Sustainability Performance

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This article by Henry Anderson originally appeared in The U byssey on 26 July 2019. President Santa Ono announced that UBC will receive $5.8 million from the Government of Canada for green energy projects on campus. On Tuesday, Ono held a press conference with Amarjeet Sohi, Canada’s minister of...
This article originally appeared on UBC Science on 23 July 2019. Two Canadian mines will pilot University of British Columbia-led research that combats greenhouse gas emissions by trapping carbon dioxide in mine tailings, the waste left over from ore mining. The technology could drastically reduce...
This article by Frances Willick originally appeared in CBC News on 23 July 2019. Most provinces and territories are failing to teach at least some of the basic tenets of climate change, a new study has found. The study, published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal Plos One last week, found...
This article by Zak Vescera originally appeared in The Vancouver Sun on 23 July 2019. A proposal to turn part of Toronto’s waterfront into a tech-integrated “smart city” has drawn substantial media coverage. But there is another smart city project on the other side of the country — and it is...
This article by Zak Vescera originally appeared in The Vancouver Sun on 23 July 2019. North American universities are pledging to pick up their countries’ slack on climate change. The 20 members of the University Climate Change Coalition, or UC3, announced a platform of fight climate change during...
This article originally appeared in UBC Engineering on 23 July 2019. Two UBC Faculty of Applied Science projects aimed at delivering innovative energy solutions will receive support from Natural Resources Canada, the Government of Canada announced today . A project led by the UBC Clean Energy...
This article by Clare Hennig originally appeared in CBC News on 16 July 2019. Conferences and research trips are a big part of life for many professors but a growing number of academics are concerned about the environmental impact of all of the air travel. Hundreds of people from around the world...
Calling all artists! Submit your design idea before July 28 for a pride-themed installation at the UBC Pride event on September 6, 2019. Use your imagination to build pride, inclusion and Positive Space at UBC! The design competition is open to all UBC students, faculty, staff and residents. Apply...
“To lead globally and locally in sustainability and wellbeing across our campus and communities” ~ UBC Strategic Plan While the above may seem like a lofty target, the champions who attended the annual Sustainability Soirée in June are well on their way to making this goal a reality. This year's...
This article by Kevin Jiang originally appeared in the The Ubyssey on 19 June 2019. C-Shore, an airy pavilion of red cedar situated before the Martha Piper fountain, has finally finished construction. C-Shore’s construction was overseen from start to finish by students enrolled in a two-term design...

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