climate

McGill commits to carbon neutrality by 2040

Published: 28Nov2017

McGill University is committing to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040, under its new Climate & Sustainability Action Plan (2017-2020), released today.

Why are the leaves on Montreal's trees so green in October?

Published: 4Oct2017

Unseasonably warm September could be cause of slight delay in leaves changing colour, McGill professor says. According to Jim Fyles, a forest ecology professor and director of the Morgan Arboretum,...

Expert: Giant iceberg breaks off Antarctica

Published: 12Jul2017

"One of the biggest icebergs on record has broken away from Antarctica, scientists said on Wednesday, creating an extra hazard for ships around the continent as it breaks up." (CBC)

What training is needed for the next generation of water operators?

Published: 8Dec2016

In generations past, most water operators gained employment straight out of high school; however, these days, operators are required to have a strong foundation in science, engineering, and...

Climate change adaption: a global snapshot

Published: 9Nov2015

A McGill University-led group of researchers (TRAC3) are looking at whether progress is being made in designing initiatives and policies to reduce vulnerability to climate change across countries....

Cutting Edge Lecture

14Nov201318:00

Lecture by Catherine Potvin (Trottier Professor, Principal Investigator, Neotropical Ecology Lab, Biology, McGill)

Climate change adaptation in high income countries

Published: 9Nov2015

McGill-led team developing new ways of tracking adaptation

Given our frigid climes, think indoor greenery

Published: 6Jun2014

Montreal — Green spaces can help obliterate blue spaces in our minds: It’s a no-brainer. Published on May 30, 2014 | The Gazette by: Bill Brownstein

The Peoples Climate Tour - Montréal

3Sep201419:00
to
22:00

In the lead up to what is being called the largest climate march in history, the Peoples Climate March in New York City, come join the Students' Society of McGill University (SSMU)...

Pages