The Society for Conservation Biology is holding their interdisciplinary biannual North American conference (NACCB) at UBC June 24-28, 2024. It will be a dynamic program with science, art, and nature-based activities.
Curious about moving from academia to policy work? Claire Ewing shares her journey after graduating from IRES and what she's learned so far from her current, amazing job at Metro Vancouver.
Dan Forrest, a PhD student at the IRES, is featured in the Good Men Project for his study on how food waste is affecting Vancouver’s crow population. This study can help residents and the city make better-informed decisions by revealing the hidden dynamics of the urban ecosystem they’re part of.
Dr. Justine Townsend, a postdoctoral fellow at IRES, co-authored an article on the challenges facing First Nations advancing Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas, or IPCAS.
There is no IRES Seminar on February 22 due to the Midterm Break (Feb 19 to 23, 2024).
1) Revealing the pathways to scale up agricultural transformation: Factors influencing adoption of Silvo pastoral systems in Colombia
2) Developing a field-scale crop yield prediction model using satellite and environmental data