Agent-based modelling and GIS: applications to land use change and environmental modelling
The Water Policy and Governance Group is hosting a seminar on May 15th (Noon to 1:30 PM) in EV2 2006. Dr. Nigel Watson from the Lancaster Environment Centre in the UK will speak about The New Myth of Multi-party Collaboration in Water Resources Management: Insights, Lessons and Questions from England.
Exploring Indigenist Methodologies and Social Innovation.
A symposium to explore transformative social change with Dr. Shawn Wilson and Dr. Frances Westley.
No formal registration is required, though space is limited so please RSVP to Erin at email@example.com.
Are you interested in climate change and making a difference in your community?
Reserve a free seat: Register
SEED Alumni in the GTA are invited to join professors Neil Craik, Steve Young, Jennifer Lynes and others for an informal Pub Night.