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Environment - Earth Sciences - 06.12.2022
Research from SFU scientists informs climate change mitigation report
SFU professors Kirsten Zickfeld and Karen Kohfeld are part of an expert panel contributing to a new report released this week investigating the potential contribution of nature-based climate solutions (NBCS) to meeting Canada's climate change mitigation commitments. Zickfeld, Kohfeld and other contributing researchers comprise the Expert Panel on Canada's Carbon Sink Potential from the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA).

Environment - Earth Sciences - 06.12.2022
Enhancing and protecting Canada's carbon stocks is essential but insufficient to meet GHG emission targets: expert panel report
Enhancing and protecting Canada’s carbon stocks is essential but insufficient to meet GHG emission targets: expert panel report
Enhancing and protecting Canada's carbon stocks is essential but insufficient to meet GHG emission targets: expert panel report Enhancing carbon storage in natural ecosystems could put a small but si

Environment - Innovation - 05.12.2022
Forward thinkers: Our favourite Waterloo stories of 2022
What does the future look like? How can we prepare for it? Nine UWaterloo community members weigh in.

Environment - Economics / Business - 02.12.2022

Environment - Economics / Business - 02.12.2022
Researchers explore strategies to 'bury' CO2 in concrete buildings
Researchers explore strategies to ’bury’ CO2 in concrete buildings
One of the most powerful tools for mitigating the impact of climate change could be a material that is so common we tend not to think about it very much - concrete.

Environment - 30.11.2022

Environment - Innovation - 29.11.2022
Putting artificial intelligence to accelerate the energy transition in large buildings
Technology perfected by BrainBox AI uses artificial intelligence to help large buildings reduce their CO2 emissions and transition to more sustainable energy sources.

Astronomy / Space Science - Environment - 21.11.2022
IREx making major contribution to astronomy
IREx making major contribution to astronomy
A look back at some of the important discoveries made by members of UdeM's Institute for Research on Exoplanets since its creation. CONTENU - In 1995, a Swiss team discovered the first exoplanet orbiting a Sun-like star. Then, in 2008, a team headed by René Doyon, professor in the Department of Physics at the University of Montreal, made a splash world-wide by publishing the first direct image of an exoplanet system, named HR 8799.

Astronomy / Space Science - Environment - 21.11.2022
Simon Fraser University readying to rove the moon
Simon Fraser University readying to rove the moon
A team of Simon Fraser researchers is preparing for blast off after being announced as a major partner in Canada's first moon rover mission.

Environment - 16.11.2022
Can AI make cities more sustainable?
UdeM faculty members helped write a white paper on how AI systems could support the development of socially and ecologically sustainable cities.

Environment - 16.11.2022
A three-pronged approach to helping Indonesia cope with climate change
Trudeau announces $15M for Waterloo researchers doing climate change adaptation work Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today announced $15 million in funding for the University of Waterloo's Faculties of

Environment - Innovation - 15.11.2022
Sustaining WindEEE's excellence entails digital transformation
Sustaining WindEEE’s excellence entails digital transformation
Our changing climate is affecting the timing, location and might of hurricanes, tornadoes and other extreme weather events, and Western University is at the forefront of international research into how to build structures and cities strong enough to withstand the blows.

Environment - Social Sciences - 15.11.2022
Living Cities: University of Toronto researchers develop framework for green infrastructure
Living Cities: University of Toronto researchers develop framework for green infrastructure
It's a hot day but the tree canopy above your condo is keeping you cool. You go for a stroll through the forest in the nearby public park. It rained last night and water is draining into the soil and wetlands around you instead of pooling on roads and sidewalks. Green infrastructure, or GI, uses the natural world to deliver critical community services, from managing flooding with bioswales to growing food in urban gardens.

Environment - Event - 14.11.2022

Environment - 11.11.2022

Life Sciences - Environment - 10.11.2022
UBC releases 2021 animal research statistics
UBC's summary of animals involved in research at the university in 2021 is now available. This is the 12th consecutive year the university has published the data.

Environment - Economics / Business - 09.11.2022

Environment - Campus - 09.11.2022

Environment - Campus - 07.11.2022
Environmentally friendly 'biofoam' could address plastic pollution crisis
Environmentally friendly ’biofoam’ could address plastic pollution crisis
Science, Health & Technology Lou Corpuz-Bosshart UBC and Wet'suwet'en First Nation collaborate to create new packaging foam from wood waste A new biodegradable packing foam developed at UBC not only

Environment - Politics - 27.10.2022

Environment - Earth Sciences - 26.10.2022

Environment - Campus - 25.10.2022

Environment - Earth Sciences - 21.10.2022
Researcher helping pave the way for space-age climate science
Dr. Chris Fletcher is part of a scientific consortium developing satellite technology to better understand climate change By Jon Parsons University Relations A major funding announcement by th

Environment - 21.10.2022
What's with those colours? Sean Thomas on the science behind this year's fall foliage
What’s with those colours? Sean Thomas on the science behind this year’s fall foliage
Toronto residents are enjoying a particularly dazzling autumn display this year as the city's tree canopy changes colour amid the cooling temperatures.

Environment - Life Sciences - 21.10.2022

Environment - Astronomy / Space Science - 20.10.2022
Canadian climate tech built with Western expertise to be part of joint mission with NASA
Canadian climate tech built with Western expertise to be part of joint mission with NASA
Extreme weather events are increasing in frequency and intensity and the dynamics of Earth's atmosphere is ever-changing.
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