Professional Programs & Partnerships
- Workshops and short courses
- Community Economic Development
- Community-engaged research & partnerships
- North Shore Rain Garden Project
- Researching Teaching and Learning for Democratic Participation: An Inquiry into Pedagogy Practices at Simon Fraser University
- Graduate professional programs
- Learning from the Global Pandemic
- Women Bending the Curve on Climate Change
- Engaging the Community to Build Flood Resilience: 12,000 Rain Gardens for the Puget Sound
- Engaging the university community in realizing sustainabiity: a transformational approach
- Engaging Citizens in Bike Lane Proposals: A Toronto Experience
- Climate Narratives
- Women's Participation and Leadership in Climate Solutions
- Prospective Students
- New Students
- Current Students
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Take a behind the scenes look at some of the research being conducted by our Faculty members
Studying in the Faculty of Environment offers more options than you think, and provides pathways to solid careers. From climate solutions to empowering the marginalized; from developing food security to building social, economic and ecological resilience, the Faculty of Environment is where solutions become clear.
Explore some of the research happening in our Faculty. Connect with us if you have any questions. Apply and join our team of changemakers.
How can we find climate success while battling COVID-19?
Mark Jaccard, a professor of Resource and Environmental Management, shares his thoughts on what COVID-19 means for climate change and the steps we should be taking to ensure climate success through the pandemic.
What does geography have to do with advocating for the marginalized?
Join Geography professor Nicholas Blomley as he takes us through the social justice implications of homelessness.
How can we guarantee that we have enough food for generations to come?
Join Archaeology professor Dana Lepofsky in her garden on Vancouver's Gulf Islands where she shares her passion for food security that stems from years of working alongside local First Nations communities.
How can we use AI technology to save our resident killer whales?
Ruth Joy is a Statistical Ecologist and professor is in school of environmental science who is using AI technology to save our killer whlaes from ship strikes and interferences. Tune in as Ruth explains how we are able to use new forms of technology to protect these whales.