New job posting at PICS for a Coastal Adaptation Researcher-in-Residence.
PICS Wildfire & Carbon project is recruiting a Landscape Ecologist.
Visit our Latest News page for career opportunities with PICS' Wildfire & Carbon, Living with Water and Solid Carbon projects - be part of cutting-edge climate solutions work.
New job posting at PICS for a doctoral candidate in cost-benefit analysis of managed retreat scenarios to support Living with Water
Make some major headway on your climate solutions projects with the help of a PICS intern!
Find out about two exciting opportunities to join the team behind a pioneering negative emissions technology.
Watch this Lightning Talk presentation by SFU student Maha Shehadeh, from the PICS Innovations in Mobile Thermal Energy Storage Project.
Adaptive Mitigation: A Framework for Integrating Climate Adaptation and Mitigation Solutions in Urban Multi-unit Residential Buildings
Watch this Lightning Talk presentation by UBC student, Ilana Judah from the PICS Adaptive Mitigation Project.
Watch this Lightning Talk presentation by UVic student, Garrett Therrien from the PICS Climate Mitigation and Adaptation Solutions for Municipalities Project.
Watch this Lightning Talk presentation by UVic student, Nicole Bates-Eamer from the PICS Climate Change Displacement Project.
Watch this Lighting Talk presentation by UVic student, Ryan Foxall from the PICS Solid Carbon project.
Watch this Lightning Talk presentation by UBC student, Eric Nance from the PICS Wildfire and Carbon project.
From climate-friendly business tips through to potential new sources of renewable energy, plus job opportunities, read the PICS Fall 2020 newsletter.
Simon Fraser University, supported by PICS, is proud to launch Living Lab.
A Vancouver Sun Opinion article by Carly Phillips, researcher-in-residence with the PICS Wildfire and Carbon Project.
The future of geosciences in Canada is expanding beyond its traditional petroleum focus to include the topics of hydrogeology, geothermal, and carbon capture and sequestration. Watch the video.
Looking to build your climate knowledge, find a research supervisor, or get involved ? Our climate toolkit can point you in the right direction.
Watch this explainer video from the Sustainable Transportation Action Research Team (START).