AES researchers to play key roles in NFRF-T project

Published: 24 January 2022

Professors Murray Humphries, Director of the McGill Centre for Indigenous Peoples’ Nutrition and Environment (CINE), and Treena Delormier and Hugo Melgar-Quinonez, both from the School of Human...

Earth Day Pop-up Exhibition

Tuesday, April 23, 2019 14:00to17:00

Rare Treasures of the Natural World in McGill’s Special Collections & Archives3459 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 0C9, CA/libraryCategory: Libraries

Climate change = a much greater diversity of species + a need to rethink conservation paradigms

Published: 15 May 2018

A team of researchers believe that Quebec’s protected areas are poised to become biodiversity refuges of continental importance. They used ecological niche modeling to calculate potential changes...

Borrowing a leaf from biology to preserve threatened languages

Published: 13 December 2017

One of the world’s 7,000 languages vanishes every other week, and half – including scores of indigenous North American languages -- might not survive the 21st century, experts say. To preserve as...

STANDD (Centre for Society, Technology and Development) Seminar

Friday, March 27, 2015 12:30to16:00

“Intersecting interests or corporate paradox? Mining, conservation and sustainable development at the 2014 IUCN World Parks Congress”3460 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 0E6, CA/standdCategory:...

Humphries named McGill Northern Research Chair

Published: 1 November 2016

Today at a press conference in Quebec City, the Institut Nordique du Quebec (INQ) announced three Northern Research Chairs, as well as a newly recruited Science and Innovation Director, Louis Fortier.

Measuring protection of the world’s rivers

Published: 10 November 2016

To  what extent are the world’s rivers protected?  ...

Protecting life’s tangled ecological webs

Published: 9 May 2017

Ecosystems are a complex web of interactions. These ecological networks are being reorganized by extinctions and colonization events caused by human impacts, such as climate change and habitat...


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