UBC In The News
Clinic for psychedelic therapy a 1st for Okanagan
Media mentioned UBCO psychology research that identified ketamine as a potentially powerful tool in the fight against mental illness.
Kelowna Daily Courier, Infotel News, Glacier Media via Vancouver is Awesome, New Westminster, Tri-City News, Black Press Media via The Abbotsford News, North Delta Reporter
Canada plan to hike oil exports will not compromise climate goals: government source
Dr. George Hoberg, a professor at UBC’s school of public policy and global affairs, commented on how Canada’s plans to increase oil exports will affect the country’s climate goals.
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The Canadian oil and gas companies that want to put the brakes on climate financial transparency
The Narwhal mentioned a report by the Canadian Climate Law Initiative, co-led by UBC, which explained why pension fund trustees have obligations to consider climate change as part of their fiduciary duty.
Conserving forests is the fastest, most effective way to stabilize our climate
UBC forestry professor Dr. Suzanne Simard co-wrote about conserving forests as the fastest, most economical and most effective way to stabilize the climate.
Building back equitably: 4 ways to address mental health inequities magnified by the pandemic, and ensure access to care
UBC nursing professor Dr. Emily Jenkins and medicine post-doctoral fellow Dr. Pierre-julien Coulaud co-wrote about how to equitably address mental health after the pandemic.