SES is proud to provide Cafe Scientifique in partnership with Artisanale Cafe & Bistro in Guelph. The Cafes provide an opportunity for public discussion on selected environmental topics and are held on the second Tuesday of each month,September through April of 2011.
Announcing the Winter 2011 Season of Café Scientifique & Environment Bound which will be held at Artisinale Café & Bistro, next door to the Bookshelf, downtown Guelph.
Café Scientifique next talk is on Tuesday, February 08, 2011. Jake Linklater, from the Saugeen Ojibway Nation Environment will be presenting "First Nations and Environmental Protection: The role of Consultation and Accommodation".
The Kenneth Hammond Lecture “From Tuk to Tonga -Climate Change is Threatening the Menu: Food Security in the Arctic and Small Island Developing States.” Presented by Stephanie Meakin & Tiina Kurvits. Rozanski Hall 101, 6.00-7.30pm. www.uoguelph.ca/ses/content/kenneth-hammond-lecture-january-28-2011
The 17th Annual Environmental Sciences Student Symposium, “The Changing Arctic: Past, Present and Future” will be held on January 29th, 2011 in Rozanski Hall, University of Guelph. www.uoguelph.ca/~envsymp See website for details.
"Environment Bound" was created last Spring. It is a series that was created to celebrate books related to the environment by University of Guelph authors across campus, members of the Guelph community at large, and distinguished authors able to visit our community. Each event will involve readings by authors and/or discussions around the books' themes at the e-Bar in downtown Guelph. This series is brought to you by the School of Environmental Sciences, University of Guelph, Artisanale Cafe & Bistro & the Bookshelf. It is free to the public. Please visit this page to find out about past and upcoming events in this series.
The School of Environmental Sciences is also proud to co-sponsor seminars and workshops offered by departments and colleges across campus.