PICS is hiring a Climate Resilience, Research Lead, an exceptional opportunity to undertake diverse forms of research and climate change communication.
The PICS Climate Internship Program is accepting employer applications for up to $15,000.
B.C. awards PICS $495,000 to improve tools communities use to assess climate risk.
Survive and Thrive calls for urgent and innovative action on carbon removal.
Latest Solid Carbon research gives a timeline for turning atmospheric carbon dioxide into solid rock under the ocean floor.
Kelp beds off BC’s coast face climate-related challenges, but interventions may help the kelp endure, according to a recent final report from the Undersea Forests project.