The mission of the McGill School of Environment is:
to provide a program that
will develop a broad-based environmental literacy in the undergraduate
to develop opportunities for
graduate students to pursue studies of the environment at an advanced level
to create future leaders and researchers; and
to generate new ideas, new
insights, new technologies, and new approaches to understanding and redressing
environmental problems through academic research and outreach that draws on the
University's existing strength in research and spans disciplinary boundaries.
Through a range of research and educational initiatives, the MSE aims to aid society in making environmental choices, in the context of diverse environmental world views that will sustain healthy societies within a flourishing biosphere.
Focusing on six themes:
Biodiversity, Ecosystem Function, and Services
Climate and Energy
Disease and Environment