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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.

Posted November 22, 2018 by Rob Newell

The Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) project recently held a Peer-to-Peer Learning Exchange, where one of the topics of conversation was climate action co-benefits

Posted November 15, 2018 by Matt Dodd

Generally the clean-up of a contaminated site is based on environmental soil quality standards that are derived from the total concentration of the contaminants in the soil. In a risk assessment approach the answer to “how clean is clean” includes an assessment of what portion of the contaminants at the site can become biologically available to humans and other organisms (bioavailable) rather than just the total amount of the contaminant.

Tags: SETAC
Posted November 8, 2018 by Erin Edwards

Curiosity, education, and collaboration are all important traits in the pursuit of inspiring joy for the natural environment. As Manager for the School of Environment and Sustainability (and previous RRU recruiter), I had the pleasure of joining some of our faculty members, Dr. Audrey Dallimore, and an incredible group of scientists on The PromoScience Expedition that took place from October 18-21 along the west coast of BC.

Tags: NSERC

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