Events

Zoom Event – Settler Ecologies: The Nature Conservation Regime in Palestine-Israel

Irus Braverman will discuss her latest book, Settling Nature: The Conservation Regime in Palestine-Israel (2023, University of Minnesota Press).

Geomatics career conversations – Panel and small group discussions, hear directly from GIS professionals | Register before January 19th

Masters of Geomatics for Environmental Management invites you to a panel discussion followed by small-group conversations. Hear directly from GIS professionals as they share advice on building a career in Geomatics. Then, meet and chat with the experts about career-building, networking, and the geomatics working world. All graduate students are welcome. Coffee, tea, and light refreshments will be provided.

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March 7, 2024: IRES Professional Development Seminar with Claire Ewing

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.

Labour organizing and climate justice: intersections, challenges, and political opportunities panel | IRES co-sponsored event | March 12, 5-6:30 PM | CIRS, BC Hydro Theatre (1st floor)

This panel will address two entwined questions: What can the climate movement learn from contemporary and historic labour strategy for building durable power? And, how can the climate and labour movements mutually strengthen one another?

Interdisciplinary biannual North American conference (NACCB) | Society for Conservation Biology | UBC | June 24-28, 2024 (Early bird rates until April 12)

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.

February 22, 2024: No Seminar This Week

There is no IRES Seminar on February 22 due to the Midterm Break (Feb 19 to 23, 2024).

February 29, 2024: IRES Student Seminar with Tatiana Chamorro-Vargas and Jumi Gogoi

Talk titles: 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

Portrait photo of Claire  Ewing

March 7, 2024: IRES Professional Development Seminar with Claire Ewing

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.

March 28, 2024: IRES Faculty Seminar with Katie Fiorella

This talk will use the case of Cambodia's social-ecological food systems to examine how rapid changes in social-ecological systems are affecting the people who live and work within these systems.