Dr. David R. Boyd (Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability; school of public policy and global affairs) explained the importance of adopting the UN resolution on the right to a healthy environment.
David Boyd talks about how the UK has a moral duty to improve air pollution
Atlanta Grant, an Indigenous master’s student at UBC, was quoted in an article exploring the implications of lab-grown meat.
Psychology professor Dr. Jiaying Zhao (Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability) discussed one way to reduce clothing waste.
IRES is welcoming Dr. Navin Ramankutty as our new Director on July 1, 2022, for a four-year term. We are delighted that Navin has agreed to become the next Director of IRES! Navin is jointly appointed in the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs (SPPGA) in the Faculty of Arts and IRES in the […]
Dr. Simon Donner (department of geography; Institute for the Resources, Environment and Sustainability) explained how carbon budgeting works.
Campaign to curb clothing waste reaches Metro Vancouver residents, review shows, but recycling will get harder
Psychology professor Dr. Jiaying Zhao gave comments on reducing clothing waste.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Decision Analysis and the Environmental Impacts of Shipping | Deadline: Jun 30, 2022
If interested, please submit the following in a single PDF file to Prof. Amanda Giang at email@example.com, using “APPLICATION: Environmental Impacts of Shipping and Decision Analysis – YOUR NAME” in the subject line: cover letter describing your relevant experience, research interests, and preferred start date; curriculum vitae; names and emails for two references. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled; the priority deadline is June 30th, 2022. The position will be appointed for one year, with possible extension for an additional two years, based on performance.
Dr. Jiaying Zhao (Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability; department of psychology) discussed how activities that benefit the environment have evolved.
A UBC psychology experiment found that pictures of marine animals helped one office building in Downtown Vancouver reduce plastic waste by 17 per cent. Psychology professor and the experiment’s senior author Dr. Jiaying Zhao was quoted.