Science-based decision-making

Chemist partners with City of Kitchener on innovative air pollution study It’s not every day a chemist gets to directly affect government policy. So Wilfrid Laurier University chemistry Professor Hind Al-Abadleh, MCIC, is understandably excited about her school-based air pollution study in Kitchener. Al-Abadleh launched a pilot air-quality monitoring project earlier in 2020 in partnership with…

CIC Talks – Saving solvents

Speakers: Andrew Dicks, Leanna Smid, and John Russell (University of Toronto) After being introduced to the principles of green chemistry by Professor Andrew Dicks, undergraduate students Leanna Smid and John Russell were inspired to apply them to the challenge of recycling the solvents used in teaching laboratories. Their efforts resulted in SoluSave, a start-up company…

LAST DAY TO REGISTER: Free Online Course on Sustainable Development & Environmental Stewardship for Engineers

Engineers Canada partnered with Polytechnique Montréal to develop a free massive open online course (MOOC) based on our National Guideline on Sustainable Development (SD) and Environmental Stewardship (ES) for Engineers: https://engineerscanada.ca/publications/national-guideline-on-sustainable-development-and-environmental-stewardship. It’s been taken by nearly 4,600 people worldwide with great reviews and uses engineering case studies from across Canada to demonstrate the practical application…

Free Online Course on Sustainable Development & Environmental Stewardship for Engineers

Engineers Canada partnered with Polytechnique Montréal to develop a free massive open online course (MOOC) based on our National Guideline on Sustainable Development (SD) and Environmental Stewardship (ES) for Engineers: https://engineerscanada.ca/publications/national-guideline-on-sustainable-development-and-environmental-stewardship. It’s been taken by nearly 4,600 people worldwide with great reviews and uses engineering case studies from across Canada to demonstrate the practical application…