Iceland has already gone through three energy transitions, with the fourth one pending. This fourth transition would enable the country to be largely independent of fossil fuels and go a long way towards achieving net-zero targets. On the international stage, Iceland has for a while been a showcase for a successful transition to renewable energy […]
Climate Change in Heritage Places: Parks Canada’s Climate Change Adaptation Workshops The key goals and objectives of this speaker series are: To provide a platform for sharing knowledge and experiences related climate change impacts on cultural heritage. To create a community of practitioners, researchers, and educators who are interested in climate change impacts on cultural heritage. To […]
Session 5 – Adapting to Change: Overview of the Climate Emergency impacting UNESCO World Heritage Speaker: Dr. Mario Santana Quintero, Professor, Architectural Conservation and Sustainability, Carleton University Register: https://yorku.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_f7x5618gR5yNpefoSl4Haw#/registration
Adapting to Change: Overview of the Climate Emergency impacting UNESCO World Heritage Registration: yorku.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_f7x5618gR5yNpefoSl4Haw#/registration.
How has the character and politics of the climate justice movement changed in the last decade, in the context of the growth of Indigenous-led struggles against oil pipelines? How have non-Indigenous settlers variously understood (or not) themselves in relation to Indigenous sovereignty? This talk describes the rise and demise of a left-populist environmentalism as one […]
Join us for a Sustainability & Climate Action Conference hosted by Many Green Hands YU on March 31st (4 P.M. to 6:30 P.M.) in CLH B. Opportunities include networking with inspiring members of the York University community and learning about the many ways you can get involved in environmental volunteering, leadership and career building. We hope to […]
Clean drinking water is recognized as a human right by the United Nations, yet marginalized communities are denied access to it. Student voices are essential in progressing and solving water issues, including through a variety of career opportunities. Join us on March 25 from noon to 1 p.m. to get involved in the conversation and […]
Osgoode Hall Law School’s 25th Annual Constitutional Cases Conference will be held on Friday, April 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The conference will feature Dr. Dr. Linda Colley, Author of The Gun, the Ship, and the Pen: Warfare, Constitutions, and the Making of the Modern World. Visit the website at concases.osgoode.yorku.ca. Osgoode’s Annual Constitutional […]