CRC News for October 2016

New Video Illustrating Spatial Justice

What is spatial justice? It's not a typo; it's a new and important way of thinking about social justice. Many of us will relate to justice and injustice along axes like class or race or gender. But every single one of us is affected by the spatial distribution of justice—things like where your nearest library is or how much diversity is in your grocery store. Watch this short animated video to learn about common examples and ways to increase spatial justice.

Follow CRC Research on Pinterest

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new CRC Research Pinterest account. From Canadian wildlife and biodiversity to data visualizations and design, this social media platform provides a space to experiment with curatorial practice and research dissemination. Organized into 15 curated boards, our page not only features our work but also images pinned from interesting content found across the web. 

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Upcoming Panel at VIEA Summit

Attending the 10th annual Vancouver Island Economic Summit in Nanaimo, BC? Be sure to stop by the Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation: Impacts and Solutions Panel on Wednesday, October 26th at 3:30 pm featuring Professor Ann Dale (Royal Roads University), Dr.

A Marvelous Mushroom Meander

We joined gardener, Jeff Wright, on a marvelous mushroom meander at Royal Roads yesterday. During our trek through the surrounding rainforest, we discovered several varieties of local fungi and snapped many close-up photos. Jeff brought along a field guide called Mushrooms demystified: a comprehensive guide to the fleshy fungi, which is available at the RRU library.

Upcoming e-Dialogue on the Challenges to Integrated Planning

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Join us Wednesday, October 26th from 9:00 am - 10:30 am PDT / 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EDT, for a conversation on the challenges of integrated planning as part of our Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation: Integrated Planning Series.