Media Coverage

HeadlineSourceResearcherDate
Local companies find pre-emptive ban on single-use plastics is good business, expert saysNews 1130Kai ChanJune 10, 2019
Fashion industry cleans up its act by tackling environmental and ethical issuesGlobal NewsAlejandra EcheverriJune 9, 2019
UBC to offer 100 per cent sustainable seafood in all dining hallsCBC NewsKai ChanJune 8, 2019
OPINION: A breath of clean air should be a human rightReutersDavid BoydJune 5, 2019
Society could collapse by 2050 under strain of climate change and conflict, paper warnsGlobal NewsKai ChanJune 4, 2019
Your Climate, Your Choice: NDP’s climate action planGlobal NewsKai ChanMay 31, 2019
COMMENTARY: May 22 is international biodiversity day — and this scientist thinks change is possibleGlobal NewsKai ChanMay 22, 2019
Why Lake Erie has the same rights as a person in Toledo, OhioMaclean'sDavid BoydMay 20, 2019
Your climate, your choice: Analyzing Federal Green Party’s climate planGlobal NewsKai ChanMay 17, 2019
Why life depends on biodiversityNew Zealand Herald Kai ChanMay 10, 2019
How humanity put 1 million species at risk of extinctionCBC RadioKai ChanMay 9, 2019
Science Says: Why biodiversity matters to youNational PostKai ChanMay 7, 2019
Why the Globe's Biodiversity Crisis Is Such a Big DealNBC New YorkKai ChanMay 7, 2019
Killer whales to caribou: UN environment report has strong message for CanadaCTV NewsKai ChanMay 6, 2019
Nature is in its worst shape in human history, UN report saysCBC NewsKai ChanMay 6, 2019
One million species facing extinction, posing a risk to human well-being: UN reportGlobe and MailKai ChanMay 6, 2019
Killer whales to caribou: UN environment report has strong message for CanadaTimes ColonistKai ChanMay 6, 2019
UN environment report has strong message for Canada: co-authorNews 1130Kai ChanMay 6, 2019
Killer whales to caribou: UN environment report has strong message for CanadaOttawa CitizenKai ChanMay 6, 2019
UN environment report has strong message for Canada: co-authorCityNewsKai ChanMay 6, 2019
Killer whales to caribou: UN environment report has strong message for CanadaYahoo NewsKai ChanMay 6, 2019
Killer whales to caribou: UN environment report has strong message for CanadaNational PostKai ChanMay 6, 2019
Nature crisis: Humans 'threaten 1m species with extinction'BBC NewsKai ChanMay 6, 2019
B.C. has a whopping 1,807 species at risk of extinction — but no rules to protect themThe NarwhalKai ChanMay 3, 2019
Blame the signs: When recycling is confusing, we avoid itCBC RadioJiaying ZhaoApril 21, 2019
How Rights of Nature Legislation Affords Legal Standing, or Personhood, to Natural EntitiesTeen VogueElaine HsiaoApril 22, 2019
How Protected Natural Areas in Developing Countries Impact Local ResidentsPsychCentralRobin NaidooApril 17, 2019
'Individual action matters': climate communicators need to give useful advice, researcher saysCBC NewsJiaying ZhaoApril 7, 2019
Naturschutz erhöht den WohlstandDer Tagesspiegel Robin NaidooApril 4, 2019
The Fear of Losing It AllThe CutJiaying ZhaoMarch 21, 2019
Time to see air pollution as a human rights threat: U.N.Business TelegraphDavid BoydMarch 5, 2019
Air pollution a silent killer, claims 7 million lives each year: UN expertBusiness StandardDavid BoydMarch 5, 2019
Air pollution: The 'silent killer' that claims seven million lives a yearBreaking NewsDavid BoydMarch 4, 2019
Air pollution kills 600,000 children every year: UNGulf NewsDavid BoydMarch 4, 2019
UN: Time to See Air Pollution as Human Rights ThreatVOA NewsDavid BoydMarch 4, 2019
Air pollution, the ‘silent killer’ that claims seven million lives a year: rights council hears UN NewsDavid BoydMarch 4, 2019
Time to see air pollution as a human rights threat: UNArab NewsDavid BoydMarch 4, 2019
Vancouver City Hall follows outdated model in engaging residentsThe ProvinceRobin GregoryFebruary 14, 2019
Global energy transition powers surge in demand for metalsAlaska Highway NewsHadi DowlatabadJanuary 30, 2019
'We can do a lot better': Metro Vancouver recycling, composting rate stalls at 63%CBC NewsJiaying ZhaoJanuary 26, 2019
Poverty, not donation bins, cause death, say advocates as death toll mountsThe Star VancouverJiaying ZhaoJanuary 8, 2019
Want citizens to care about climate change? Write them a chequeNational PostAbhishek Kar and Hisham ZerriffiDecember 21, 2018
Hungry great blue herons in Stanley Park eating young salmonThe ProvinceZachary SherkerDecember 10, 2018
You could be paying more for potatoes in 2019. Is climate change to blame?Global BCNavim RamankuttyDecember 4, 2018
Local authors tackle the problems and opportunities of just transition from a fossil-fuel economyVancouver SunSandeep PaiNovember 30, 2018
The uncertain future of U.S. coal communitiesNational PostSandeep PaiNovember 12, 2018
Towards ‘Total Transition’: How One First Nation ‘Took Its Power Back’The TyeeSandeep PaiNovember 1, 2018
UN Urged to Recognize Healthy Climate As a Human Right Climate Liability NewsDavid BoydOctober 26, 2018
UK is endangering people's health by denying their right to clean air, says UN
The GuardianDavid BoydOctober 19, 2018
Full Episode for October 16, 2018 - The Current
CBC RadioDavid BoydOctober 16, 2018
Trump’s “all-out effort” on climate is derelict and risky SalonSameer Shah and Scott McKenzieSeptember 23, 2018
The very hot, very hungry caterpillar The AtlanticNavin RamankuttyAugust 30, 2018
If the world ate the USDA-recommended diet, there wouldn't be enough land to grow it”
CBC NewsNavin Ramankutty August 16, 2018
Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana: Smokeless kitchens are becoming a reality”
Financial ExpressAbhishek KarAugust 8, 2018
UBC lawyer named new UN watchdog for human rights and environment”
The Star Vancouver David BoydAugust 1, 2018
What can other cities learn about water shortages from “Day Zero”
Canadian GeographicKieran Findlater and Lucy Rodina July 16, 2018
Starbucks, citing ocean threat, is ditching plastic straws
CTV NewsDavid BoydJuly 9, 2018
Recyclers make slick pitch with improvements to oil, antifreeze collection CBC NewsJiaying ZhaoJune 13, 2018
Boyd: Why the G7 must take bold action on plastic pollutionOttawa CitizenDavid BoydJune 6, 2018
Scientists make few gains on federal environment bill The Globe and MailKai ChanMay 25, 2018
Straws suck for pollution, but other items harmful too, say researchersCBC NewsDavid BoydMay 20, 2018
Public feels a ‘sense of urgency’ to restore B.C.’s foraged forests: studyThe Star VancouverGuillaume Peterson St-LaurentMay 17, 2018
How Income Affects the BrainThe AtlanticJiaying ZhaoMay 15, 2018
Colombian high court grants personhood to Amazon rainforest in case against country’s governmentPRIDavid BoydMay 6, 2018
B.C. farmers’ market program expands to support lower-income residents and food producersThe Star VancouverHannah WittmanMay 6, 2018
Hummingbirds 'sing' with their tail feathers to impress the femalesCBC RadioEmily MistickApril 14, 2018
Climate Change Just Got a Little Less TerribleBloombergJustin RitchieFebruary 9, 2018
What Colin Kaepernick can teach us about citizenshipMaclean'sScott McKenzie and Sameer H. ShahFebruary 3, 2018
B.C. creates more uncertainty for Trans Mountain with bitumen restrictionCBC NewsDavid BoydJanuary 30, 2018