Nandita Basu, Waterloo Climate Institute member and professor in the departments of Civil & Environmental Engineering and Earth and Environmental Sciences, is the recipient of a prestigious award recognizing her contributions to international water research.
Waterloo researchers, including Climate Institute members Olaf Weber, Horatiu Rus and Jason Thistlethwaite, publish new paper that reveals half of our watersheds have a moderate to high potential for water risk
The Royal Society of Canada welcomes new fellows and members to the 2023 class of the RSC College, including Waterloo Climate Institute members Johnathan Li and Daniel Scott.
Waterloo researcher presents at the 16th session of the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Jeffrey Wilson, Climate Institute member and professor in the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development, is part of a research team that has refined and expanded a method of data collection that assesses the health impacts of heat and air quality.
The University of Waterloo is hosting a special screening of the documentary CAUGHT. The screening will be followed by a fireside chat moderated by Executive Director of the Climate Institute, Sarah Burch.
Monica Emelko, Waterloo Climate Institute member and professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, is elected to the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE), Canada’s most distinguished engineering society.
Olaf Weber, Waterloo Climate Institute member and professor in the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development, with UWaterloo researchers are part of a first-of-its-kind study analyzing the effects of Canada’s carbon price regime on the economy.
Rebecca Saari, Waterloo Climate Institute member and Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, shares expertise on the immediate and long-term threats to our health from poor air quality.
Bill S-5 is federal legislation that amends the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA). It is significant because the amendments recognize that all Canadians have a right to a healthy environment. Neil Craik, law professor in the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development and Climate Institute member, is an expert in international and Canadian environmental law.