The McGill Global Health Committee of IFMSA-Quebec is organizing a conference that will not only explore the impacts of climate change on human health here and on a global scale but also transform this awareness into change and action.
Cyclists in Montreal and Toronto can now choose the least polluted routes to get around their cities thanks to an online tool developed at McGill University. Sometimes a detour of less than 1 km can make for a much less polluted ride.
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The organisms commonly known as blue-green algae have proliferated much more rapidly than other algae in lakes across North America and Europe over the past two centuries – and in many cases the rate of increase has sharply accelerated since the mid-20th century, according to an international team of researchers led by scientists at McGill University.
You are invited to attend a Special Colloquiium by DR. HOWARD STEIGER, Director, Eating Disorders Program, Douglas Institute Professor, Psychiatry Department, McGill University. Sponsored by the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition.
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Three days of events to help you learn about environmental career options. If you're looking for ideas, inspiration, motivation and advice, then Green Careers Week is for you!
Proudly organized by McGill's Career Planning Service (CaPS) and McGill School of the Environment (MSE).
SEMINAR: Career Options in the Environment
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
10:00 am – 11:00 am
Macdonald Campus: MS Building, 2-084
This seminar will explain the various environmental career options within a variety of industries
Information session for MUSE 2015!
Seeking applied research and experience-based learning opportunities this summer?
Interested in contributing to The Hochelaga Project, mapping the natural history of Montreal?
Learn more about Montreal’s Urban Sustainability Experience (MUSE) at: https://www.mcgill.ca/mse/programs/fieldstudies/muse
And join us for an information session from 12-1pm on Friday February 6th,
The Great Lakes have been invaded by more non-native species than any other freshwater ecosystem in the world. In spite of increasing efforts to stem the tide of invasion threats, the lakes remain vulnerable, according to scientists from McGill University and colleagues in Canada and the United States.