Climate change researcher Seth Wynes talks about what COVID-19 means for climate change, and how governments should consider climate goals as they rebuild their economies.
Climate change education in Canada lacks scientific facts, impacts and solutions, says UBC geographer
Global highlighted a UBC study which examined science curricula across Canada to assess how well high school students are taught climate change, and quoted the lead researcher Seth Wynes, a geography PhD candidate.
Geographer Seth Wynes studies what individuals and institutions can do to advance climate change progress. What individual lifestyle choices have the highest impact on climate change? A 2017 study by environmental geographer Seth Wynes showed that the four of the most impactful actions that individuals can take to lighten their carbon footprint are (in order of impact): […]
The Guardian mentioned a UBC study about environmental concerns of air travel.
The article mentioned Brett Eaton and Erica Frank, professors at UBC, and the study’s author, Seth Wynes, a PhD student in the department of geography.