Posted April 19, 2018 by Rick Kool

While the controversy over the “twinning” of the Kinder Morgan (KM) TransMountain pipeline might be seen as a constitutional crisis, or a conflict between economics and environment, it is really something else. At its core, the pipeline project poses a moral problem and we should try to understand its solution in terms of a moral point of view.

Posted April 10, 2018 by Ann Dale

I must admit that sometimes the ‘science of climate change’ makes me despair, although most of the time I live with my cup half full. I just came across this fascinating article by a colleague of mine, entitled Ecological grief as a mental health response to climate-related loss

Posted April 5, 2018 by Hilary Leighton
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Thank you, Ann, for taking the first steps to creating the SES Research, Field Notes & Good Reads blog and for suggesting I write something about our Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Community Development.

Posted March 26, 2018 by Ann Dale

This blog involves all School of Environment & Sustainability programs, students, staff and faculty, including associate faculty to bring news about emerging ideas, research programs, school activities and sharing ideas and dialogue on the wonderful world around us to our students, graduates and interested public.  I am privileged to be writing the first blog on behalf of the school.