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Recognizing the inherent rights of water for global sustainability
$1 Million donation launches new Faculty of Environment Future Cities Initiative
From disaster response and recovery to vaccine delivery, two Waterloo alumni are harnessing AI for social good
Many cities have made little progress to limit their risk of flooding over the past five years
New student-led initiative looks to connect and unite women scientists across campus
Massive engineering projects could reverse climate change and reduce poverty — but they are dangerous
Canada’s first comprehensive flood risk model shows which communities are at greater risk of flood devastation over the long term
Climate change is accelerating shrub growth across many northern regions, which has important consequences for people and wildlife there.
Amr ElAlfy, first-ever PhD graduate from the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development (SEED), is developing an industry-standardized reporting tool
Incentive programs to encourage farmers and other landowners to protect the environment are key to conservation, but new research shows issues such as lack of enforcement undermine their effectiveness on a global scale