From 2010 to 2016, PICS UBC and SFU hosted a series of free public lecture series where professors from both universities engaged with the public on diverse climate change topics with the objective to inform and motivate the public to take climate action.  Below you can find links to the recordings of some of the talks.

Bellow are the links to the recordings of our most recent public lectures:

November, 2015: BC's Balancing Act: Forest Fires, Ecology, Smoke and Health

Speakers: Meg Krawchuk, Departmen of Geography, SFU  and Sarah Henderson, School of Population and Public Health, UBC.

Click here to watch the recording of the event.

January, 2015: Mapping extreme temperatures and their health risks in the Lower Mainland

Speakers: Anders Knudby, Department of Geography, SFU and Sarah Henderson, School of Population and Public Health, UBC.

Click here to watch the recording of the event.

November 20th, 2014: Using Digital and Social Media to Mobilize Climate Action: From Communities of Interest to Communities of Practice

Speakers: Maged Senbel, Professor, School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) and UBC researchers Erik Blair and Victor Ngo.

Click here to watch the recording of the event.

October 14th, 2014: Changing Behaviours for a More Sustainable Future

Speakers: Kate White, UBC and Stephanie Bertels, SFU

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September 23rd, 2014:  Adapting to Climate Change: Global Knowledge, Local Action

Speakers: Stewart Cohen, Environment Canada, Lori Daniels, Faculty of Forestry, UBC and Jonathan O‚ÄôRiordan, SFU - ACT. Moderator Tim Takaro, Faculty of Health Sciences, SFU.

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