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Posted November 1, 2019 by BSc in Environmental Science Students

Hey, friends of Environment and Sustainability! It’s been almost 8 months that my team and I have been putting our heart and soul into this project and we thought it was time to share what we’ve been up to. Our project was developed to create a strategy to reduce the volume of dog waste entering the Hartland Landfill by finding a sustainable alternative for disposal.

Posted October 25, 2019 by Tammy Schwass

For those of us with an environmental focus in our careers or volunteer passions, we face different types of resistance. We've all heard the excuses about why a project can't move ahead - because of a lack of funding or resourcing issues. The Recycling Council of Alberta looked at this as an opportunity to study and share how an activity like recycling can grow the economy. It found overwhelming evidence that with an effort to increase and diversify recycling programs the province could double the economic value and jobs.

Posted October 17, 2019 by Natalie Hanke
To go boxes in the garbage

My name is Natalie Hanke and I am working towards my Bachelor of Science in Environmental Practice with Royal Roads. This program has encouraged me to support and find new ways to transition our economy into one where economic growth does not equal environmental degradation.

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Posted October 11, 2019 by Hilary Leighton
Journey to the universe

My education continues through the passions of the mixed voice ensemble music of Vox Humana.

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Posted October 3, 2019 by Rick Kool
Flora, Fauna, & Fungi of Hatley Park A Nature Kindergarten Guidebook

Doing your BSc in Environmental Science in the School of Environment and Sustainability involves participating in a group major project that takes much of your academic year to complete.

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