In an op-ed published by The Conversation, RES PhD student Abhishek Kar and IRES Faculty Associate Hisham Zerriffi argue that the best way to get people to act on climate change is through their wallets.
Congratulations to our RES & RMES November Graduates! We wish you all the best in your future endeavors and can’t wait to see what amazing things you’ll go on to do. Click to see full list of students.
Adaptation action and research in glaciated mountain systems: Are they enough to meet the challenge of climate change?
Graham McDowell, Rae Cramer, Vinni Ricciardi and colleagues highlight the shortcomings in adaptation action and research in mountain regions and identify measures needed to more fully meet the challenge of climate change.
IRES PhD student Sandeep Pai and Hisham Zerriffi explore the political power of coal communities in the United States in this op-ed published by The Conversation.
Join IRES on Thursday, Nov. 15 for Sheryl Lightfoot’s presentation on “Global Indigenous Rights and Politics: A Subtle Revolution.”
In a report to the UN General Assembly, David Boyd notes the time has come to formally recognize the human right to a healthy environment.
IRES PhD student Stephen Chignell and colleagues investigate the Himalayan caterpillar fungus—one of the world’s most expensive medicinal species—in a new publication.
Applications for the Resources, Environment and Sustainability (RES) program are now being accepted. Apply by December 31, 2018 to join one of the top ten global centres for the study of Environment and Sustainability.
Join IRES on Thursday, Nov. 1 for Amanda Giang’s presentation on “Policy Evaluation Problems: Evaluating the effectiveness of a global mercury treaty”
October 25, 2018: IRES Professional Development Seminar with Dr. Justin Ritchie & Dr. David Shiffman
Join IRES on Thursday, Oct. 25 for a professional development seminar on “Communicating our research through creative media,” presented by Dr. Justin Ritchie and Dr. David Shiffman.