BScES Students Welcome Three Wild Guests
BSc. in Environmental Science class was pleased to welcome Brooke from the Raptor Centre in Duncan, BC and ...
Why Regenerative Sustainability?
Regenerative sustainability is not simply about reducing harm or reversing damage...
Water and The Climate Crisis
Find out how climate change affects water supply, why does it matter, and what can we do.
A Natural Path Towards Remediation
Soils are the ultimate sink for heavy metals and other contaminants from past and present industrial use. The Ground Beneath Our Feet (GBOF) pilot project is...
Reflections on Canada’s Climate Actions
I feel a sense of heaviness about our future. I feel what many people are feeling these days, anticipatory grief for what we are losing and where we seem to be
Heavy metal- it’s in your ears, it’s in your car, is it in your soil?
Growing food at home is a great way to eat healthy, get outside, and feel more connected to the land. But one thing that is not thought of enough is
An Interactive Biodiversity Map from the campus
The four undergrads—Jake Edwards, Caleb Gaeke, Hayley Houlden and Shannon Tallon—developed a publicly accessible, interactive biodiversity map of our campus
Quantifying Microplastics in Wastewater
Microplastics are an emerging contaminant of concern and to help protect public health and safety and receiving environments, it is important to
Food systems vulnerabilities and lessons from COVID-19
the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted a need for communities to engage in integrated approaches to addressing vulnerabilities and increasing resilience