Learning to live with wildfire
UBCO researcher investigates how panda cubs communicate with their mother
UBCO welcomes students to campus for start of new term
UBC experts on wildfires and associated issues
Undergraduate students think big with living light bulb
UBCO researcher studies alternatives to fossil fuel derived energy
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Call for Canada to braid Indigenous rights with endangered species law
Climbing caribou numbers in northeastern British Columbia prove that collaborations between Indigenous and colonial governments can reverse decades-long declines.
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Feeling the heat of climate change
Lael Parrott, a Professor of Sustainability, discusses how the Annual State of the Mountains report indicates our mountains aren’t immune from drastic weather systems plaguing the globe.
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Bachelor of Sustainability (BSust)
The Bachelor of Sustainability inspires students to understand and address complex environmental issues by integrating knowledge from different disciplines with hands-on and community-based learning.
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Science at the crossroads of creativity and ethics
Robin Young, Assistant Professor of Teaching in the Department of Biology, looks at cell biology through a lens of ethics, diversity and inclusion.