McGill University associate professor Chris Ragan, chair of Canada's Ecofiscal Commission warns that building more roads and transit won't be enough to throttle congestion, at least not on a sustained basis. Read More about this Story Below: CTV News | Easing congestion: Is putting a price on road access the answer?
Le Devoir | le 24 octobre 2015 par: Lise Gobeille Sylvie de Blois, professeure au Département de sciences végétales et à l’École d’environnement de l’Université McGill, elle a codirigé et supervisé tout le volet « plantes » du projet « CC-Bio : Effets des changements climatiques sur la biodiversité du Québec », qui a donné naissance à ce livre. Nous lui avons posé quelques questions…
CBC Radio | Oct 22, 2015 Chris Ragan, the economics professor at McGill University and the chair of Canada's Ecofiscal Commissiontells Chris Hall feel that both the Prime Minister and the premiers need to engage on the issue of creating a climate change plan at an international level.
Radio-Canada | le 13 octobre 2015 par: Les Matins d'ici Le rapport du collectif Dialogues pour un Canada vert invite notamment à trouver des sources d'énergie autres que les combustibles fossiles. La professeure Catherine Potvin, du département de biologie de l'Université McGill, discute de la question avec Philippe Marcoux. Ecoutez ici
Le Journal de Montreal | le 13 octobre 2015 par: Anne-Marie Provost Les résidents du Plateau Mont-Royal sont ceux qui subissent le plus la polluton des voitures, révèle une étude de l'Université McGill. Lire l'histoire complet ici
The Atlantic | Sept 24, 2015 Aspire Food Group is one of four major farms in the nation that breeds insects specifically for food. Mott founded the company as an MBA student in 2013 with a group of his McGill University classmates, using $1 million in seed money from the Hult Prize, a student start-up competition for social enterprise. Read the full story here.
McGill Reporter | Sept. 12, 2015 by: Chris Wrobel After the Sustainability Projects Fund was created in the 2009-10 school year, Emily McGill, a past garden volunteer, worked with a group of students to apply for funds to start the permaculture garden project. The production area consisted of the original eight garden plots in the student-run garden, along with a quarter acre in the Horticulture Centre.
July 31, 2015 | The Toronto Sun Officials say a scientific review that included an analysis of more than 130 scientific papers, as well as consultations with experts, has revealed that the presence of microbeads in the environment may have long-term effects on biological diversity and ecosystems. Read the full story here.
le 31 juillet 2015 | La Presse Le gouvernement fédéral prépare un règlement pour interdire l'utilisation de microbilles de plastique dans les produits de soins personnels. Lire l'histoire complet ici.
The Economist | July 31, 2015 ANTHONY RICCIARDI, a scientist at McGill University, was looking for evidence that an invasive Asian clam had colonised a warm spot in the St Lawrence river when a member of his team made a more headline-worthy discovery Read the full story here.
Nation News | Sept. 3, 2015 by: Kathryn Condon MCGILL researchers hope to further agricultural productivity in the Caribbean (at Bellairs Research Institute, Barbados) with the development of greenhouse technology specially suited for this part of the world. Read the full story here.
The Christian Science Monitor | Aug. 26, 2015 By: Clare Algozin McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, currently spends 47 percent of its food budget on produce from its own on-campus farm and from growers within 300 miles of the campus. Read the full story here.
McGill Reporter | Aug. 19, 2015 by: Vincent Allaire In a new paper published online in Geophysical Research Letters, McGill Professor Shaun Lovejoy shows how to directly harness the atmosphere’s elephantine memory to produce temperature forecasts that are somewhat more accurate than conventional numerical computer models. Read the full story here.
Mcgill Reporter | July 31, 2015 by: Krystle Manintveld A collection of students and community members gathered outside Burnside on Wednesday to share their final ‘garden meal’ of the season, put together largely from vegetables grown right on the McGill downtown campus thanks to the efforts of Midnight Kitchen volunteers. Read the full story here.