Wild weather round table talks: A special presentation and discussion about climate change in the Region of Waterloo, as well as across the globe. Hosted by the Waterloo Region Museum from 7-9 pm, Thursday, March 22, 2018. Regular admission fee to the museum applies ($11 Adults, $8 for students, $5 for children).
The Faculty of Environment is proud to announce the latest instalment of our exciting free speaker series.
Please mark your calendars for THURSDAY, March 22, 2018, and join us for a complimentary lunch and a free lecture by some of the brightest minds in environmental research.
Lunch and Lecture Location: Alumni Hall — St. Paul's University College 1102, 11:30am to 1:30pm
As governments, industry and civil society struggle to achieve the necessary emission reductions to address climate change, scientists are increasingly looking at new technological pathways such as direct carbon dioxide removal from the atmosphere, solar geoengineering (cooling the planet by reflecting heat away from the Earth) and the use of sophisticated satellite technologies capable of monitoring greenhouse gas emissions remotely.
Detroit has come to symbolize deindustrialization and the challenges, and opportunities it presents.
As our own region deals with the legacy of industrial decline and the uneven fruits of its renewal, visions from ordinary Detroiters and local activists offer insightful lessons for a fairer and more just urban future.
Join us as we discuss why Detroit matters and what we can learn from its inspiring grassroots urbanism.
ENVigorate has become a staple at the Faculty of Environment! Going into its fourth year, the festival aims to bring students, staff and community members together in a learning experience that spans beyond your usual academic environment. The combination of food, music, workshops and presenters allows us to appreciate the rich community surrounding us.
Did you know that the environmental petitions process lets Canadian residents ask federal ministers about environmental issues and get answers? Kris Nanda manages the Environmental Petitions process for the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development and is here to answer your questions.
Join us to kick off International Women’s Day with the launch of Winged Warriors!
Anna Pangrazzi, President & Owner of Apex Aircraft Sales Ltd.
Dr. Suzanne Kearns, Associate Professor, Geography & Environmental Management, University of Waterloo
This will be an exciting event to celebrate women in aviation and to network with aviation professionals.
Come out March 2nd to see inspiring ideas about sustainability presented by your fellow-students in the ultimate pressure cooker (Instant Pot?) of academic ingenuity.