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CoPEH Canada Grad Course – Ecosystem Approaches to Health

2018-04-20T13:46:44+00:00

CoPEH Canada has released an opportunity for graduate students to participate in an online/face-to-face course on Ecosystem Approaches to Health. The course is available starting in May, and further information is available here. Students can participate in the full program at University of Northern British Columbia, Université du Québec à Montréal, or University of Guelph, or participate only in the webinars (which are also available to international students). For more information (including a tentative list of webinar topics) check out CoPEH’s website. For those interested in taking the course or following the webinar series, please contact CoPEH Canada directly at copeh-can@uqam.ca.

CoPEH Canada Grad Course – Ecosystem Approaches to Health2018-04-20T13:46:44+00:00

Director Heather Castleden’s Field School Featured in Queen’s Gazette

2018-04-16T13:14:19+00:00

HEC Lab Director, Heather Castleden, has been featured in the Queen's daily newspaper, The Gazette, for her upcoming Field School, GPHY309: Indigenous Perspectives on the Environment and Health.  For more information on the Field School, check out the GPHY 309 Course Page.    

Director Heather Castleden’s Field School Featured in Queen’s Gazette2018-04-16T13:14:19+00:00

A SHARED Future Update – February and March

2018-04-12T13:42:59+00:00

The HEC Lab is pleased to share our bi-monthly update for the A SHARED Future program. Follow the link below to see what the team has accomplished in February and March! February and March Update for A SHARED Future 

A SHARED Future Update – February and March2018-04-12T13:42:59+00:00

New Manuscript from Team Member Peggy Smith: Bridging Gaps in Energy Planning for First Nation Communities

2018-03-01T14:00:04+00:00

A SHARED Future team member, Peggy Smith, and colleagues at Lakehead University have recently published a new manuscript titled, "Bridging Gaps in Energy Planning for First Nation Communities".   ABSTRACT: There is a link between energy security, economic prosperity, sustainability and sovereignty for indigenous communities in Canada. Geographically remote locations, absence of all-season roads, off-grid status, diesel dependency and lack of alternative energy access causes energy insecurities along with economic, social, and local environmental problems for the Keewaytinook Okimakanak (KO) First Nation communities in northwestern Ontario. Being free of diesel dependency and scoping sustainable energy solutions are immediate priorities. Both are [...]

New Manuscript from Team Member Peggy Smith: Bridging Gaps in Energy Planning for First Nation Communities2018-03-01T14:00:04+00:00

Call for Applications for Sustainable Engineering in Remote Communities (SERA) Graduate and Undergraduate Awards

2018-01-30T14:02:26+00:00

The NSERC CREATE Training Program on Sustainable Engineering in Remote Areas (SERA) is targeted at graduate students and undergraduate Aboriginal students with an interest in renewable energy systems or sustainable and energy efficient buildings. Graduate students must be enrolled at one of the four participating institutions (Queen’s University, University of Manitoba, University of Ottawa and the Royal Military College of Canada) at the time of taking up the award. Undergraduate students from any institution may apply but they must hold their awards at one of the four institutions. Graduates of the SERA program will be well‐equipped to become leaders in their [...]

Call for Applications for Sustainable Engineering in Remote Communities (SERA) Graduate and Undergraduate Awards2018-01-30T14:02:26+00:00

NRCan Releases Summary of Workshop: Getting Off Diesel

2018-01-11T11:09:08+00:00

Natural Resources Canada has released a summary of their workshop that took place in October, 2017, in Whitehorse, YK. The summary, titled Clean Tech Impact details the results of a gathering of 50+ stakeholders (Including Indigenous Peoples, utilities commissions, technology experts, academics, and National and International Governments) that came together to help address "critical barriers and drive breakthrough solutions for reducing diesel reliance in remote communities." The full summary is available, here: Off Diesel Workshop Summary (EN)  Off Diesel Workshop Summary (FR)

NRCan Releases Summary of Workshop: Getting Off Diesel2018-01-11T11:09:08+00:00