The groundwater footprint. If you haven’t heard that term yet, read on, because it soon could become as familiar as “carbon footprint.” Published January 29 2014 | McGill ReporterWritten by Patrick McDonagh
The myriad of ways in which petroleum is reshaping our politics, economy and culture will be the focus of the 2014 annual conference of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, to be held on Feb. 6 and 7. Published on January 28 2014 | McGill ReporterWritten by Will Straw
The student-run initiative “ECOLE” (Educational COmmunity Living Environment) is working to transform a MORE house into a space for sustainable living to open in September 2014. Published on January 20 2014 | Bull and BearWritten by Tess Wrobleski
On International Day, UN Secretary-General calls for protection of natural resources in war-torn countries
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today highlighted the importance of protecting the environment in times of armed conflict, and stressed that strong natural resource governance can help prevent conflict and contribute to long-term peace. Published November 6 2013 | UN News CentreWritten by UN News
Social entrepreneurship – whether as new or existing ventures, with an environmental or social-justice focus – is a hot topic on campus. Published October 22 2013 | Globe and MailWritten by Jennifer Lewington
CED was created as a student-administrator initiative in 2012 by SEDE, in partnership with the SSMU Community Engagement Committee (CEC). Published on October 06 2013 | McGill DailyWritten by Dana Wray The CEC administers a $0.50 per person Charity Fund fee for student initiatives that connect McGill with the external community.
As university students prepare for midterm exams, a group of McGill students hosted a conference Saturday, aimed at promoting a better understanding of mental health. Published October 05 2013 | Global NewsReported by Sarah Volstad
Time Forms explores the links between art and time. Published on September 30 2013 | McGill DailyWritten by Lucy Gripper Despite the slightly esoteric nature of its premise, the curators of Time Forms – McGill professors Alanna Thain, Stephen McAdams, and Eric Lewis – made accessibility a goal when organizing the conference.
Les élèves ayant des problèmes d'apprentissage ou encore des troubles de déficit de l'attention sont bien présents dans les écoles primaires et secondaires. Published August 6, 2013 | CBC Radio-Canada
Published on June 29, 2013 | le Journal de Montreal "Après avoir passé 20 ans au cœur de la forêt tropicale, une biologiste de l’Université McGill mondialement connue pour ses travaux sur la déforestation et la qualité de l’air revient au Québec pour sortir la science des laboratoires.