The Climate Teaching Connector Program at UBC aims to incorporate climate change information into courses, no matter the discipline. Courses currently participating in the project are listed. (2021-2023)
The Sustainability Coordinator Program at UBC is an opportunity for staff to connect to resources that will allow them to mobilize climate action and sustainability initiatives within their own departments.
The UBC Sustainable Purchasing Guide provides tips on what to choose and what to avoid, as well as UBC-preferred suppliers of sustainable goods and services.
Teaching Climate Change in the Humanities, presents how climate change topics are able to be incorporated into courses in Asian Studies.
East Asian Ecocriticism: A Critical Reader, offers up a climate content teaching approach through the concept of ecocriticism. (2013)
Against Crisis Epistemology, outlines how an epistemology of coordination rather than one of crisis can better guide responses to change as guided by Indigenous knowledge in the context of the climate crisis.
The Japanese Poetry & Nitobe Memorial Garden is a poetrycast developed for listening in the Japanese garden. The following presents how land-based learning can be utilized in Asian Studies courses.