Can we Certify Environmentally Responsible Agriculture?: A challenge for Science and Policy (by Ben Dubé)

Agriculture as practiced today is arguably the greatest threat to the earth system, so it’s no surprise that many people want to support an ecologically and socially responsible agriculture. But how do we define it? On the consumer side, certification and product labeling has become a primary mechanism. […]

L4E project seeks postdoctoral researcher and research associate!

The Leadership for the Ecozoic (L4E) partnership at McGill University is recruiting for at least one postdoctoral researcher to pursue research designed to enable a mutually enhancing human-Earth relationship. We are seeking exceptional early-career scholars committed to this objective. CLICK HERE FOR THE POSTING. The Leadership for the […]

E4A Ethics and Cosmology Seminar 2017: Talk with Ursula Goodenough

As part of the E4A Ethics Seminar Course, Ursula Goodenough, a proponent of Religious Naturalism, gave a guest lecture. Here is the recording of that talk and the Q and A session that followed.

GradLife Best Moments: The Lab Retreat (by Alice Damiano)

I don’t know who invented them, but lab retreats are awesome. This month my research group had its annual Winter retreat at McGill’s Gault Nature Reserve, I absolutely loved it, and I think these retreats will be some of the warmest memories of my years as a graduate student. To me, the term lab retreat means […]