Scott Dunham, associate faculty, School of Environment and Sustainability looks at the phrase, “beauty is in the eye of the beholder".
Royal Roads University and Fielding Graduate Institute community members learned about systems, interrelationships and ecological justice on Gabriola Island.
Royal Roads student Nick Townley is living in near solitude for 100 days at he performs the role of Eco-Guardian at Race Rocks Ecological Reserve.
David Oswald's projects in Small Island Developing States reflect two of Royal Roads' founding principles: empowering leadership and sustainable development.
Public dialogue and civic literacy are more important than ever, yet space for discussion is shrinking.
Royal Roads University's Hilary Leighton welcomes a new MA in Environmental Education and Communication cohort.
Royal Roads' Bill Dushenko reflects on students' collaboratory research in the Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Community Development program.