Past Events

National Biodiversity Symposium: Toward a 2030 Biodiversity Strategy for Canada

Monday, May 15, 2023

11:00 am to 3:00 pm EDT

Zoom and Webcast Platforms

The National Biodiversity Symposium will launch engagement on the
development of the 2030 Biodiversity Strategy for Canada which will identify Canada’s biodiversity priorities over the next decade and support domestic implementation of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework.

Zoom link https://ca01web.zoom.us/j/64745798034?pwd=b0taZ1d5MGlUUWJrT0RNTEVVQXVYUT09

Passcode: 036464  

IBioS Dr. Erin Sills: “Causal Inference, Conservation Science, and Carbon Offsets”

IBioS/Food and Resource Economics Seminar

April 14th, 3:00-4:00 PM, MCML Room 154 in the FRE building.

IBioS Chief Roland Wilson: “A Critical Balance”

IBioS/Geography Colloquium

January 30th, 3:30PM PST in the Sty-wet-tan Great Hall, First Nations House of Learning.

IBioS Dr. Libby Lunstrum: “The Dual Crisis of Conservation: Biodiversity Decline and Conservation’s Dispossessions”

IBioS/Geography Colloquium

October 25th 12:30 PM – 1:45 PM, Room 229 in the Geography Building.

EcoEvo Symposium

The EcoEvo Symposium: Another exciting event coming up this month — join us on October 22nd and 23rd for a series of amazing talks on topics related to conservation, biodiversity, and environmental issues.

Register before October 9th: Don’t miss out on a fun weekend of science, food and social activities with your colleagues!

IBioS Dr. Jesse Popp: “Weaving Ways of Knowing Among the Trees”

IBioS/Biodiversity Research Seminar Series (BRS)

September 21, 2022, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm, 2212 Main Mall

Global Change Symposium

Climate change, biodiversity loss, and disease emergence are the most pressing environmental challenges of our time. While the pairwise interactions between climate, biodiversity and disease are well documented, we lack a framework that integrates all three and that recognizes the powerful positive and negative feedbacks between them. This symposium will illustrate the recent findings on mechanisms that connect climate change, biodiversity, and disease across multiple disciplines.

This is a series of talks and discussions with invited guest speakers Drs. Lauren Buckley
(UW), Allan Carroll (UBC), John Drake (UGA), John Gittleman (UGA), Claire Kremen (UBC),
Patrick Stephens (OSU), and more, which we hope will inspire the integration of research
disciplines to better understand global change. Register here for the symposium on August 8th from 9:00am-5:00pm PDT.