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UBC’s professional Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs (MPPGA) program equips students with a broad policy foundation of strong multidisciplinary policy analysis and design skills as well as subject-specific expertise in development, sustainability and global governance. Apply by January 26th to begin in Fall 2016. mppga.ubc.ca/

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Postdoctoral Position in Crop Modelling – UBC, Vancouver
The Land Use and Global Environment (LUGE) research group at UBC is seeking a postdoctoral fello...
04 February 2016
Professor Taylor Owen is the 2016 recipient of the Emerging Leader Award from Canada’s Public Policy Forum
Professor Taylor Owen is the 2016 recipient of the Emerging Leader Award from Canada’s Public Po...
28 January 2016
Feb
11
2016
UBC Reads Sustainability presents Raj Patel - How Will The World Eat in the Future?
With a global population of nine billion by 2050, and climate change already taking a toll, how will the world eat in the future?
11 Feb 2016 12:00 PM

Feb
11
2016
UBC Reads Sustainability presents Raj Patel - How Will The World Eat in the Future?
With a global population of nine billion by 2050, and climate change already taking a toll, how will the world eat in the future?
11 Feb 2016 12:00 PM

New Publications
New Research
Ethical Audits and the Supply Chains of Global Corporations
The research argues that supply chain audits are working for corporations but failing workers an...
15 January 2016

Farming for Walmart: the politics of corporate control and responsibility in the global South
New research by Liu Scholar, Sara D. Elder, explores the role of corporate social responsibility...
8 July 2015

A global assessment of the carbon cycle and temperature responses to major changes in future fire regime
New paper co-authored by Professor Navin Ramankutty: increased fire frequency may actually cool ...
31 August 2015

Effects of Community-Based Natural Resource Management on Household Welfare in Namibia
Assistant Professor, Hisham Zerriffi explores the development of a widespread community-based na...
20 May 2015

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