Dr. Jiaying Zhao explained how we can use our understanding of behaviour to incorporate happiness into meaningful climate action.
PhD candidate Sarah-Louise Ruder co-wrote about the benefits and drawbacks of capturing the heat emitted by computing hardware and reusing it to grow crops indoors.
Dr. Kai Chan commented on the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which found that climate change will affect our water supply.
Dr. Kai Chan discusses eco-climate activism and the roles of academics in this cause.
Dr. David Boyd said the U.S. rights-of-nature legal framework is a response to the modern-day categorization of nature as a form of property.
Dr. Simon Donner of IRES discussed the use of artificial intelligence to predict the future of Earth’s climate.
Dr. Jiaying Zhao of IRES commented on the problem of dealing with contaminated green waste.
‘We’re still on the bunny slopes’: As 2023 kicks off, is Canada’s climate change plan aggressive enough?
Dr. Simon Donner noted that Canada’s climate policies are not aggressive enough.
Psychology professor Dr. Jiaying Zhao of IRES said the repair economy is the next thing in the circular economy to reduce waste.
A report by IRES land and food systems research associate Matthew Mitchell looked into how Canada can reach its biodiversity targets by 2030.