CRC News Archive
New Video: The world is grey without biodiversity
Biodiversity is essential for human survival. It provides us with basics necessities like food, water and energy while enhancing our quality of life.
Prof. Dale recognized by Nature Canada for volunteerism and leadership
Professor Ann Dale received the 2019 Volunteer of the Year Award from Nature Canada on Tuesday night.
New Video: Biodiversity and the Great Irish Famine
New national campaign for action on biodiversity loss in Canada
National Environmental Treasure (NET) - New national campaign for action on biodiversity loss in Canada
New Video: Biodiversity's systems can be a model for human societies
Biodiversity is the library of life. It is the diversity of species living in an area and the relationships they have with one another. Diversity ensures resilience and the ability to adapt in the face of hardship, pressure and change.
Making a Difference at 2019 Ecocity World Summit
Earlier this week, the CRC Research team attended the Ecocity World Summit in Vancouver. Since 1990, this international summit has addressed building cities in balance with nature.
Research Curation Guide Now Published
Given the spread of misinformation online, it is incredibly important that academic research make a difference. However, it can often be difficult to make research engaging and visible to the public among the noise of the internet.
New Research Curation Article Now Published
Mobilizing “facts” and “evidence” has never been more important, given the nature of our post-truth society. We live in an age that is paradoxically information rich due to the proliferation of Internet Communication Technologies (ICTs) and information poor due to the spread of misinformation.