November 15, 2022 | Author: UBC Forestry
In this age of the Anthropocene, the pressures of human activity are compelling dramatic shifts in climate and ecosystems that parallel some of antiquity’s most Earth-altering natural disasters. To secure a future for our forests, we will need to adopt new approaches to forest management that incorporate diverse perspectives and adapt to the ever-changing climate.
Posted in: Alumni, Branchlines Articles
Tagged with: Agriculture, Biodiversity, British Columbia, Climate Change, Community, Community Engagement, Ecology, Forest Management, Future Forests, Global Perspectives, Indigenous, Indigenous Land Stewardship, International, Land Management, Sustainability
October 7, 2022 | Author: UBC Forestry
Juliet Lu is an Assistant Professor with both the Faculty of Forestry and UBC’s School for Public Policy and Global Affairs. She is a political ecologist focused on the implications of China’s growing investments in land and other resources in Southeast Asia and beyond.
Posted in: In the Spotlight, News
Tagged with: Agriculture, Climate Action, Climate Change, Ecology, Environment, Environmental Governance, Forest Resources Management, Land Management, Landscape Ecology, Political Ecology
March 16, 2022 | Author: UBC Forestry
UBC Forestry congratulates Professor and Dean Dr. Robert Kozak for receiving an honorary doctorate in Agriculture and Forestry from the University of Helsinki, Finland’s oldest and largest higher education institution. This honorary doctorate follows many notable awards and distinctions received by Dean Kozak.