Climate + Environment

As humanity increasingly suffers the impacts of a warming planet, no issue can be more important than climate change and the protection of our environment.

Yet these topics cannot be viewed in isolation. The impacts of climate change and biodiversity loss—and our response to them—are intertwined with our politics, economy, society and culture. Marginalized people feel the harms of climate change more severely while being least responsible for causing them.  

To convene conversations and facilitate action with all this in mind is a challenge, but it is necessary. And it can only be done with everyone at the table.

Upcoming events on this topic

  • Andréanne Doyon | A Sustainable Housing Future

    Climate + Environment, PFL 2023-2024, President's Faculty Lectures, Education + Research, Cities

    The President's Faculty Lecture Series 2023/24 will review the theme "Making a Difference for B.C." and explore a wide range of vital and important topics. In this lecture, Dr. Doyon will explore the role sustainable housing must play in the creation of a more livable and resilient future.

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  • Researching for Climate Justice

    2021, Summit Towards Equity, Climate + Environment, Equity + Justice

    Activists, researchers, policy-makers and solution-seekers come together to surface the challenges and opportunities of taking equity-informed approaches to climate research, solutions and policy development.

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