Featured Webinar

Warm data research seeks to answer the question: “How can we improve our perception of the complexity we live within, so we may improve our interaction with the world?” (Bateson, n.d.) Cold data on the other hand, captures the methodical steps of observe, measure, and analyze inherent in natural science. We need both. Join Drs. Hilary Leighton and Mickie Noble as they explore how to create integrated, interdisciplinary curriculum designed to help students develop both a more affective and personal connection to their studies as well as necessary empirical skills. This can further emphasize the importance of multiple ways of knowing and creates an opportunity for new science narratives that better understand the interrelationships of a complex, living system.

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Climate Conversations

Mark Carney is one of the world’s top central bankers and has long been calling for action on climate change. He discusses the need for building an economy based on climate resilience with Royal Roads University President Philip Steenkamp.

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Robin Hawker is a climate Adaptation Planning lead at one of Canada’s top engineering firms. She discusses the importance of climate leaders in small communities.

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Richard Kinley, Former UN Deputy Secretary to the UN Climate Change Secretariat, discusses the critical need for leadership at all levels and the Master of Arts in Climate Action Leadership at Royal Roads University.

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Harshan Radhakrishnan, manager of climate change and sustainability initiatives at Engineers and Geoscientists BC, talks about career opportunities in climate leadership.

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Phil De Luna, the youngest program director at the National Research Council of Canada, gives leadership advice to you professionals who want to take action on climate change.

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Leading American expert on climate adaptation, Susanne Moser, discusses the opportunities to be a leader right now and the Master of Arts in Climate Action Leadership at Royal Roads University.

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