Monday, July 20, 2020

In the media: IC3 member Jason Thistlethwaite on CBC's What on Earth podcast

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IC3 member Jason Thistlethwaite joins CBC host Laura Lynch on the new CBC Radio podcast What on Earth. In the episode "Will climate change make us retreat from the waterfront?" Jason shares his expertise on flood risk management in Canada.

Thursday, June 18, 2020

IC3 member among top researchers in new international group of experts on behaviour change for addressing social and environmental issues

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Faculty of Arts professor and environmental communication expert Imre Szeman joins group of scientists in launching the International Panel on Behavior Change (IPBC) association, an interdisciplinary, independent and apolitical entity.

Monday, May 25, 2020

Marie-Claire Cordonier-Segger, IC3 member & Professor, receives prestigious International Justice Award

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Congratulations to Professor Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger, Long Standing International Law Association Board Member, Laureate of the prestigious new Weeramantry International Justice Award

Marie-Claire Cordonier-Segger is a professor at the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development (SEED) in the Faculty of Environment, University of Waterloo.

Friday, May 1, 2020

New CIGI Policy Brief by IC3 Executive Director and Members

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Indigenous Reserve Lands in Canada Face High Flood Risk

IC3's Executive Director, Daniel Scott, IC3 members, Daniel Henstra and Jason Thistlethewaite, and manager of Waterloo's Climate Risk Research Group, Andrea Minano, release new policy brief for the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI): Indigenous Reserve Lands Face High Flood Risk.

Monday, April 6, 2020

A Message from IC3's Executive Team: Climate Change and COVID-19

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A Message from IC3's Executive Director and Managing Director about Climate Change and the COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 has rightly dominated our collective global attention in 2020. We’re inundated with a steady stream of information (and in some cases, disinformation) on how we are managing through this crisis.
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