Unpacking the international governance framework of the Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Moderated by Waterloo Professor Ian Rowlands, the discussion explored how COP fits into the global climate change governance system, and featured guest speakers who shared their own COP experiences.
Future undergraduate students
Fighting against the harmful effects of climate change can take many different forms. Reducing, reusing, and recycling are helpful and have been staples of eco-friendly campaigns for decades, but with technological advances and an increased urgency we as a species must do more.
Solve Climate by 2030: 4 key steps for climate action - It’s time to take action on climate change
Join speakers from the University of Waterloo and Waterloo community for an engaging webinar about actionable climate solutions. The webinar is hosted by the Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Energy (WISE) and the Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change (IC3).
The event is targeted to students but everyone is welcome to attend.
Adrien Côté sits down with University Relations to discuss the role of entrepreneurship as a power tool to build back our economy and tackle climate change.
Concept at the University of Waterloo announces the top 10 teams to compete in the fall 2020 $5K Finals. Of the top 10 teams, four teams are competing for the Climate Change Grant.
Corporate Knights announces Top 30 under 30 sustainability leaders of 2020
The list highlights young Canadians who are working hard and finding creative ways to help build a sustainable future.
UWaterloo students explored the topic of divestment in a recent webinar presented by the Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change (IC3) and Faculty of Applied Health Sciences (AHS). The webinar “Unpacking Divestment: What it means for UWaterloo” was held on October 20th, 2020.
The original news story is available on the Faculty of Arts website.
IC3 member, Imre Szeman, is among the Royal Society of Canada’s Class of 2020. Professor Imre Szeman from the department of Communication Arts has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada (RSC), one of Canada’s most distinguished scholarly honours.