October 28, 2021: IRES's Dr. Kai Chan is one of the panelists in this year's Zero Waste Conference, which has been at the forefront of Canada’s circular economy journey.
Moderated by Stephen Chignell, IRES Ph.D. Student | Open access publishing is a rapidly expanding and evolving strategy for making scholarly work globally accessible. Unlike the traditional scholarly publishing model under which publishers require institutions or individuals to pay for access to these materials, open access provides a model for freely available research outputs to […]
IRES and Faculty of Land and Food Systems are seeking an interdisciplinary scholar who uses econometric and other quantitative techniques to investigate human dimensions of biodiversity conservation. For example, research interests may include how individual and institutional actions affect conservation outcomes, or how biodiversity conservation affects aspects of human well-being. Anticipated start July 1, 2022.
October 15, 2021
A study by Cameron Bullen, a marine ecologist who led the research as part of his master’s thesis at the Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability at UBC, looked at how megaherbivores influenced kelp forest dynamics across the northern Pacific Ocean.
Drought is a threat to human communities and natural systems. This talk focuses on drought adaptation strategies that account for multispecies needs in a more-than-human world.
The uncertainties of how mining will affect communities created a blockade for Torex mining company. It is in this context that SEF Canada was brought to participate in November 2015.