The Library’s climate research guide includes lists to experts and research groups across campus.
Explore Sustainability Related Research Topics from across several categories with UBC Sustainability’s Resource Library.
UBC SEEDS (Social, Ecological, Economic, Development Studies) is a program that utilizes both UBC campuses as living laboratories for advancing sustainability ideals. Through applied student research and interdisciplinary collaborations, SEEDS is a highly impactful project at UBC.
Information on what steps UBC has taken to foster a culture of climate action across the UBC community. (2021)
The UBC Sustainability Climate Justice Series outlines a variety of videos and articles about the climate crisis’s intersection with social justice efforts (2021-2023).
In her TED Talk, Dr. Jiaying Zhao (UBC Psychology) outlines how we can intertwine climate action and happiness together, which she believes is the key to making lasting and impactful sustainable changes.
UBC Climate Hub’s Climate Justice Research Collaborative outlines the nature of UBC’s relations with the fossil fuel industry. (2021/2022)
The Ubyssey outlines UBC’s rocky journey ahead of divesting from fossil fuels. (2021)