More than 200 geographers and interdisciplinary scholars converged at the University of Waterloo this past weekend for the 2016 Canadian Association of Geographers - Ontario Division (CAGONT) Annual Meeting.
WATERLOO, Ont. (October 31, 2016) – Startling results from a new report out of the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation at the University of Waterloo find all ten provinces and Yukon are not as prepared as they could be for floods.
The report, Climate Change and the Preparedness of Canadian Provinces and Yukon to Limit Potential Flood Damage, surveyed 103 government representatives across 91 provincial and territorial ministries, departments and agencies between December 2015 to April 2016.
The 2015 University of Waterloo Environmental Sustainability Report was released today, outlining the institution's progress across academic, operations and engagement indicators over the past year.
Faculty of environment alumni and faculty members have been active in the media recently. Here's a roundup of some of the latest stories:
Three Environment grads top the list
As more than 2,200 University of Waterloo students receive their degrees over the next two days, the Faculty of Environment welcomes nearly 120 new members to the alumni family.
Fourty-seven undergrads and 70 graduate students will walk across the stage this afternoon. Among them, two will also receive an Outstanding Achievement in Graduate Studies Award.
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