Posted January 10, 2019 by Chris Ling

I have had the privilege to be the Director of the School of Environment and Sustainability for 5 years. I am stepping down from that role in March 2019 and also, I am taking the opportunity to take some time out this spring and summer from regular RRU Faculty work to explore some research questions that have long interested me. These opportunities for research leave allow Faculty to intellectually reenergise, which benefits personal research productivity and has positive impacts to teaching and curriculum within our programs.

Posted December 18, 2018 by Program Office
To all students, staff, and faculty:
The School of Environment and Sustainability wishes you a very safe and happy holiday season.
Please note the campus will be closed between the dates below:
Monday December 24, 2018 at Noon to Wednesday January 2, 2019
All the best to you and your family!


Posted December 13, 2018 by Leslie King

During the past week, I gave the Stefansson Memorial Lecture at the invitation of the Stefansson Arctic Institute, Iceland, the Institute of Arctic Studies at Dartmouth, and the University of Washington. A summary of my talk follows:

Posted December 6, 2018 by Program Office

In October 2018, Royal Roads welcomed a new and returning group of students from the Master of Arts and Master of Science in Environment and Management (MEM MA and MSc) program. One of the presenters during this three-week residency was Mark Anielski. Mark is an economist who has developed a new and practical economic model called Genuine Wealth, to measure the real determinants of well-being and help redefine progress.