A Vancouver Sun Opinion article by Carly Phillips, researcher-in-residence with the PICS Wildfire and Carbon Project.
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).
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Two Masters or PhD positions available in the PICS project, Climate Mitigation and Adaptation Solutions for Municipalities.
While COVID-19 restrictions have delayed the summer start of some of the 10 PICS internships in 2020, many are underway. Learn about their work with our solution seeker partners.
Looking for courses related to climate solutions? PICS has compiled a list of UVic courses on offer this fall onwards that focus on climate change, climate solutions, and environmental issues.
Summer fieldwork targeting the health of B.C. kelp forests will carry on due to citizen science, despite the global pandemic.
Applications closed August 4, 2020 for the OPPS 2020 Call for Proposals.
UVic's next generation of leaders want more opportunities to get involved with climate change solutions.
We have launched six exciting PICS Opportunity Projects since September 2019, including a new initiative aimed at helping municipalities deliver on their climate action promises.
Highlights of how PICS has been advancing innovative climate change solutions in collaboration with our research partners and solution seekers.
PICS executive director Sybil Seitzinger is delighted to serve the newly launched Canadian Institute for Climate Choices on its Board of Directors.
Congratulations to PICS executive director and UVic Professor, Sybil Seitzinger.
PICS executive director Sybil Seitzinger is among the newly elected class of Fellows honoured at the AGU's Fall 2019 meeting in San Francisco.
A Hill Times opinion article by PICS executive director Sybil Seitzinger.
This call closed January 9, 2020. Visit our Internship page for updates.
One of three positions that will focus on different climate change solutions areas in the new Researcher in Residence program.