Lake Futures researchers Jess Ives and Serghei Bocaniov presented their work at the 62nd annual International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) Conference. This conference was held in Brockport NY, USA and hosted by The College at Brockport, State University of New York. This year, more than 650 scientists and researches from academia, government agencies and non-governmental organizations gathered together to improve our current understanding of complex environmental problems affecting the world’s largest lakes, such as cultural eutrophication, invasive species, new emerging contaminants, and climate change.
Meghan Mcleod, an undergraduate research assistant, won the Best Undergrad Poster award at the University of Waterloo World Wetlands Day celebration! Her poster focused on phosphorus legacies in human-impacted watersheds.
In a recent article in The Record, Nandita Basu commented on the potential impact of proposed Bill 66, saying it threatens the environment by allowing municipalities to bypass policies and acts protecting water and land.