Posted August 23, 2019 by BSc in Envrionmental Science Students

CCS team investigates how sprinkler systems’ may harm our flora & fauna

Posted August 16, 2019 by SES Program Office

The Program Office is very pleased to announce that another successful Master of Arts in Environmental Education and Communication (MAEEC) residency has just ended. It was three weeks of intense on-campus learning, guest speakers, and exciting evening events.

Posted August 8, 2019 by Joergen Hess, Hayley Puppato, Chris Dietrich, Amanda Craft

The objective of our project is to create accessible educational material for Rocky Point Bird Observatory (RPBO). We created online and physical resources in the form of brochures and PowerPoints to help the public understand bird conservation issues and solutions in a more in-depth manner.

Posted August 2, 2019 by Chelsea Mathieson

When I was four-and-a-half-years old, I fell in love with the Pacific Ocean. My dad had traveled with me to Chesterman Beach from our hometown of Nelson, BC in mid-March 1992.  I spent the subsequent days running in and out of the ocean, my arms always reaching up over my head in pure joy. I was hooked.

Posted July 26, 2019 by Katie Kapcsos, Kathleen Vasquez, Finn Elliot, Martyna Tomczynski, Jordi Fisher

With a rapidly shifting climate and a growing population, sustainable food production and urban agriculture will become increasingly important to feed residents of the island and elsewhere, and the basis of any agricultural venture is its soil.