Mission

This research cluster was created in 2009 to create a synergy between Bishop’s University researchers in the broad field of the environment. The goal is to allow collaborative projects focused on monitoring climatic and environmental changes at various spatial and temporal scales (past and present), examining their impacts on organisms and ecosystems, or proposing societal and economic adaptations in order to respond to and/or limit the impact of environmental change (for more details on the various research themes, please see Research Activities).


Multi-scale Climate and Environmental Change 2016 Conference, October 14-16

 

Multi-scale Climate and Environmental Change 2016 Conference, October 14-16, in collaboration with:

NEW ENGLAND – ST. LAWRENCE VALLEY GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY (NESTVAL)– NORTHEAST REGIONAL DIVISION OF AAG

The goal of this conference is to bring together scholars and students whose research interests fall into the broad realm of human, environmental and physical geography. We also invite papers from scholars and students who are not only from geography departments, but from any other discipline such as earth sciences, life sciences, social sciences, humanities, education, or business, where the focus of research is related to physical, environmental and human geography in a broad way.