Gerald Singh has been awarded the Les Lavkulich Award for Outstanding Leadership and Service. The award recognizes exceptional civic engagement and leadership within RMES and the greater community.
A new study co-authored by Cathryn Clarke Murray and collaborators at SFU, University of Guelph and BC Ministry of Environment shows just how much data can be extracted from a single invasive fish. The Burnaby snakehead hunt made headlines in the summer of 2012 and is making news again as the results of this research […]
On November 14th Kai will be speaking on a panel coordinated by United Nations Environment Program and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and hosted by the French Embassy in Washington DC.
Lab members provide notable contributions at international oceanographic conference.
Jordan Tam recounts his neophyte experiences in the Twitterverse in his latest blog post Arm-chair environmentalism, science communication, and why I hate Twitter
Jordan Tam, Sarah Klain, Jordan Levine and Kai Chan co-authored a publication in Annual Reviews of Environment and Resources: Humans and Nature: How Knowing and Experiencing Nature Affect Well-Being. Here’s some press about it!
2 SNAPpy new ways to skirt the “valley of death” and turn knowledge to action: Kai’s Leopold 3.0 blog post
Zoology prof Sally Otto donates MacArthur ‘genius’ grant to biodiversity internship training program, started and run by Kai. Read more
Talk to Helen about IRES archive to create archives by month widget on this page.Show only this month’s post first?