Although in science we must always be willing to rectify theories with the new data that are observed, the evidence that we have available points to a clear confirmation that climate change is of human origin, as the latest reports of the Intergovernmental Panel of the Climate Change . To deal with it, there are two […]… Learn more.
To the untrained eye, the small community garden on Coast and Straits Salish territory — on what passersby commonly know as the University of Victoria campus — might look unruly. Bursting with dandelions, lamb’… Learn more.
Speed read The world may be facing a devastating “hidden” collapse in insect species due to the twin threats of climate change and habitat loss. UCL’s Centre for Biodiversity & Environment Research … Learn more.
As they become more exposed to the grim realities of climate change, today’s teens and people in their 20s — an entire generation — are experiencing increased anxiety, grief, fear or guilt about the planet’s … Learn more.
Our children are growing up in a volatile climate. It’s already damaging their health, wealth and well-being. Universities can be leaders in helping young people gain the knowledge they need to navigate this unce… Learn more.
There are many reports based on scientific research that talk about the long-term impacts of climate change — such as rising levels of greenhouse gases, temperatures and sea levels — by the year 2100. The Paris Ag… Learn more.
The climate change is, largely due to human activity. It is urgent to take responsibility for our actions and profoundly modify habits of life and consumption. This change can only be made, as the Law on Climate C… Learn more.
Climate change is irreversible. While it is important for universities to reduce their carbon footprints to prevent further damage to the environment, this will do little to mitigate current and ongoing threats – i… Learn more.