AN OPEN LETTER TO LEBRON JAMES
A few weeks ago, in my socio-ecological systems class or professor asked us what we envisioned for the future. I wanted to make “environmentalism” cool.
DECEMBER 2019 FEATURED ARTIST: HASHVEENAH MANOHARAN
My name is Hashveenah Manoharan. I’m interested in studying how nature accessibility and literacy intersect with minority groups in Canada, and the implications of this for creating socioecological resilience in urban centers.
NEAT NATURE: DIATOMS
From oxygen production, carbon storage, controlling marine ecosystem productivity, to both making and fertilizing the Earth, the life cycle of diatoms form one of the most important biological processes on the planet!
ENVIRONMENT STUDENT SOCIETY HIGHLIGHTS: FALL 2019
Environment Student Society Highlights (Fall 2019) Keep up to date with term events and the new Executive Team.
LIVING LIGHTLY: MY GREEN PHILOSOPHY
On November 19, I had the immense pleasure of delivering a speech at ECOLOO, an annual conference centered on sustainability, organized by the Sustainable Campus Initiative.
FEATURED PHOTOGRAPHER: DIVING DEEP WITH LOWINE
PhD student, Lowine, shares her underwater photography captured during her travels to Cambodia, Guadeloupe, and the Philippines.
THE GLOBAL CLIMATE STRIKE: “GOING FORWARD, KNOWING THE WAY BACK”
On November 29, over two hundred climate strikers, faces flushed from the cold, gathered at First United Church for a panel on Canada’s international climate opportunities leading up to the COP25, the annual UN climate change conference taking place in Madrid this December.
If you’ve walked past the TREE Lab lately, you may have noticed a growing collection of eclectic glassware filled with rocks, soil, plants and water. These miniature biomes are the result of hours of careful pruning and curating by third year Planning student Karl Bielski.