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The Faculty of Environment is one of only a handful of interdisciplinary environmental faculties in Canada – and the only one in Western Canada focused on sustainability and sustainable development.
Featured Graduate Student
Friederike is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Geography, Faculty of Environment.
David from the Faculty of Environment uncovered ways that new biometric technologies could intensify and extend surveillance.
Dr. Letham examines shoreline changes in the Northwest Coast of North America.
Brea is fascinated by people, cultures, and the extremes of the human experience.
Spencer Greening has a gift for balancing traditional Indigenous knowledge, research, language and culture with Western scholarship, politics and activism.
Erin is a recent doctoral graduate from the Department of Archaeology.
Dr. Anderson developed a suite of geosimulation models to represent the dynamics and behaviour of emerald ash borer infestation.
Anne St. Clair is from the School of Resource and Environmental Management in the Faculty of Environment.
Tiffany's research used energy-economy modelling to analyze policy options for Canada to achieve greenhouse gas emission targets.
Tara Limothei in REM studied mercury contamination in mining sites in BC.
Skye Augustine is passionate about working in the field of marine science and contributing to First Nations communities.
Tommy is a recent doctoral graduate from the School of Resource + Environmental Management.
Ian studies how rivers connect the land and the ocean, and how that link varies from river to river.
Victoria’s Master’s of Science research in the Faculty of Environment focused on measuring carbon storage in seagrass ecosystems in BC.
Dr. Burt's research illuminates the drivers of ecosystem transformations occurring as sea otters recover and expand their range on BC's coasts.
Dr. Wilson studies the social-ecological diversity and resilience in Canadian fisheries.
|Heritage Resource Management||Certificate||Specialty||Course Work|
|Heritage Resource Management||MA||Specialty||Thesis|
|Resource and Environmental Management||MRM||Regular||Thesis; Project|
|Resource and Environmental Management||MRM (Planning)||Regular||Project|
|Resource and Environmental Management||PhD||Regular||Thesis|