2018

Contact among healthcare workers in the hospital setting: developing the evidence base for innovative approaches to infection control

Contact among healthcare workers in the hospital setting: developing the evidence base for innovative approaches to infection control

Congrats to Krista English, an IRES PhD Candidate, for her new publication! Contact among healthcare workers in the hospital setting: developing the evidence base for innovative approaches to infection control See link to view the article: https://rdcu.be/LQux “This research examined movements and contact patterns among health care workers within heath care facilities to understand the transmission pathways and potential […]

Toward zero waste events: Reducing contamination in waste streams with volunteer assistance

Toward zero waste events: Reducing contamination in waste streams with volunteer assistance

Jiaying Zhao (IRES Professor) and Ivana Zelenika (PhD Candidate) have recently published a paper in the Waste Management journal. Toward zero waste events: Reducing contamination in waste streams with volunteer assistance    Jiaying Zhao   Assistant Professor, IRES Assistant Professor, Psychology Canada Research Chair (t2, Behavioral Sustainability) Behavioral change, Policy and Decision-making, Resource scarcity,Sustainability Bio What is […]

Two publications with Mark Johnson (IRES Faculty) and Michael Lathuillière (PhD Candidate)
Gunilla Öberg (IRES Faculty) published in Environmental Science and Policy! Read it here.

Gunilla Öberg (IRES Faculty) published in Environmental Science and Policy! Read it here.

Gunilla Öberg, an IRES professor has been published in the Environmental Science and Policy journal! The paper is called: On the limitation of evidence-based policy: Regulatory narratives and land application of biosolids/sewage sludge in BC, Canada and Sweden The paper is free for 50 days via link below.  Anyone can access this before May 9th […]

Zia Mehrabi (IRES Postdoc) has correspondence published in Nature!

Zia Mehrabi (IRES Postdoc) has correspondence published in Nature!

Zia Mehrabi, an IRES Postdoc has a correspondence published in Nature! To view the correspondence click here: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-018-02566-1   Zia Mehrabi Bio Zia Mehrabi is a Post Doctoral Research Fellow at IRES, with adjunct positions in The Liu institute for Global Studies & The Centre for Sustainable Food Systems. He obtained an undergraduate degree in […]

New op-ed in The Conversation by Jiaying Zhao and Leila Harris  Nudging the city and residents of Cape Town to save water

New op-ed in The Conversation by Jiaying Zhao and Leila Harris
Nudging the city and residents of Cape Town to save water

IRES Faculty Leila Harris and Jiaying Zhao have a piece in The Conversation. Click the link to view the piece. https://theconversation.com/nudging-the-city-and-residents-of-cape-town-to-save-water-92192   Leila Harris Associate Professor, IRES Associate Professor, Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice Leila Harris is an Associate Professor at IRES Institute on Resources Environment and Sustainability and in the Institute […]

IRES Faculty Leila Harris and previous IRES Postdoc Crystal Tremblay published a new article

IRES Faculty Leila Harris and previous IRES Postdoc Crystal Tremblay published a new article

February 21 2018 Faculty member Leila Harris and previous IRES Postdoc Crystal Tremblay published a new article. Click on the link to read the full article: https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1WaOP3pILM2z4 This URL has a 50 day free access to the article. Until April 8 2018 this link will be taken directly to the final version of the article […]

Krista English (RES PhD Candidate) co-author of a chapter in the new Handbook of Research Methods in Complexity Science

Krista English (RES PhD Candidate) co-author of a chapter in the new Handbook of Research Methods in Complexity Science

Krista English (RES PhD Candidate) is a co-author of a chapter in the new minted Handbook of Research Methods in Complexity Science! Click the link below to view the book. https://www.elgaronline.com/view/9781785364419.xml “This comprehensive Handbook is aimed at both academic researchers and practitioners in the field of complexity science. The book’s 26 chapters, specially written by […]

Sameer Shah and Scott McKenzie (RES PhD Candidates) published an article in Macleans

Sameer Shah and Scott McKenzie (RES PhD Candidates) published an article in Macleans

An article by two of our RES PhD candidates has been republished in Maclean’s: What Colin Kaepernick can teach us about citizenship Opinion: Kaepernick’s protest, about what and who makes a team and a nation, can also be connected to environmental justice You can read the article here: http://www.macleans.ca/society/what-colin-kaepernick-can-teach-us-about-citizenship/?t=1&cn=ZmxleGlibGVfcmVjc18y&refsrc=email&iid=9e7e6933bc9044b28ee6768c4bc9aba2&uid=331810806&nid=244+272699400       Sameer Shah Sameer Shah […]