Shared on Aug 17, 2012 by UBC “We have the chance, which doesn’t come very often in human history, to make this fundamental change.” The University of British Columbia is exploring and exemplifying new ways of addressing sustainability. Students, leadership and the UBC campus as a living laboratory are key. Watch the video.
In collaboration with the Tk’emlups Indian Band, the BC Wildlife Federation is hosting a four-day wetlands restoration workshop in Kamloops BC, from September 15-18, 2011.
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Biodiversity Lecture Series: Digital Biodiversity – Paul Hebert Biodiversity science is building a new approach to identification, one based on the analysis of short DNA sequences. This shift from analogue to digital identification systems will transform biodiversity science–where a touch will reveal an organism’s identity and all that humanity knows about it. Paul Hebert is [...]