School of the Environment


Winter 2017 

Environment and Sustainability Resesarch Seminar Series


Friday, March 24
Atrium Building, Room AT 216

There’s Something in the Water: Environmental Racism & the Politics of Waste in Mi’kmaw & African Nova Scotian Communities 

Ingrid Waldron, Ph.D.

Director, Environmental Noxiousness, Racial Inequities & Community Health Project (ENRICH)
Associate Research Scholar, Healthy Populations Institute
Faculty of Health Professions, Dalhousie University


Stay tuned for more talks in the Winter Seminar Series!


The Fall 2016

Environment and Sustainability Resesarch Seminar Series

Friday, November 25
12:30 pm in Atrium 216

Paul Manning - PhD Candidate, Department of Zoology, Oxford
Department of Agriculture, Dalhousie University
Appreciating the Importance of Insect Diversity.
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SoE Seminar Paul Manning

 Fall 2016 Past Seminars (Videos Coming Soon!)

Friday, October 7
Gavin Fridell - International Development Studies, SMU
Does Fair Trade Fight Poverty

Gavin Fridell fairtrade

Gavin spoke with The Signal's Charmaine Millare  after his talk. Read Charmaine's piece here. 

Friday, October 28
Matt Keliher, Manager Solid Waste Resources, HRM
Compost Matters

halifax compost matters

Take the online survey to provide your feedback on HRM compost matters. "The municipality is seeking your input on what attributes you and your organization feel are important when considering compost processing systems and operations. This will help guide staff in the formation of a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) in which industry will submit proposals to provide solutions to the Halifax region’s organics management."

Friday, November 4
Dr. Cathy Conrad - Geography and Environmental Studies, SMU
Enhancing water and food security with a community-based approach: examples from Nigeria and The Gambia, West Africa

Cathy Conrad Gambia