Carbon and Energy Management paper earns award nomination

For the past six years, students in UNBC’s Carbon and Energy Management class gained practical experiences working with local businesses to help them reduce their emissions. Now, a paper co-authored by UNBC researchers about the impact of the course made the short list for an Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) award.

UNBC Environmental and Sustainability Studies Professor Dr. Annie Booth
Tuesday, November 9, 2021

Careers Information Session for Ministry of Forests, Land, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development

Date:
Friday, October 18, 2019 - 11:30
Location:
Senate Chambers, Charles McCaffray Hall Room 1079

This information session is open to all UNBC students, staff and alumni and is about all the potential permanent and summer/co-op opportunities offered by our Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development. We have 76 branches and a wide variety of career streams. Please join us to find out more about a career with the BC Public Service! And for more information please contact Jessica.Blewett@gov.bc.ca.

Earley, Dr. Sinead

I work at the intersection of environment and policy, primarily in the Canadian context. My research interests integrate the social and physical sciences, taking a critical approach to resource management, climate change, environmental policy, and (neo)colonial systems of governance. Teaching interests parallel my research activities, and in the classroom I stress the importance of publicly engaged education and experiential/service learning.

Prospective Careers

What can I do with my degree?

Alumni of the Environmental and Sustainability Studies program report high satisfaction with their degrees. We are pleased to see them succeed. Some of the positions they hold include:

Student Achievements

Since 2015, students have completed 53 carbon inventories for local businesses through our Low-Carbon Transitions course, following international ISO 14064 standards. Students took the fundamental greenhouse gas accounting skills they learned in the classroom, created carbon footprints for businesses, and made recommendations for emissions reductions and energy savings.

Buttar, Cunningham named 2018 Valedictorians

Ever since Arctica Cunningham stepped foot onto the University of Northern British Columbia’s campus in the Fall of 2013 as a first-year undergraduate student, she honed her leadership, student government and community service skills and made an impact on UNBC’s community.

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

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