$2M project aims to spark new thinking on climate change

March 19, 2019

Robin Cox, a professor at Royal Roads University, is heading Resilience by Design, a $2M project that helps professionals think about climate change in the context of their jobs. TheVictoria Times Colonist reports that the initiative will produce several courses that can be taken online or in-person. “We are already locked into a certain amount of climate change,” said Cox. “It’s already occurring and will continue to occur. Decisions need to be based on what is currently happening and what is predicted will happen.” In addition to several universities throughout British Columbia, the initiative’s partners include Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of BC, College of Applied Biology, and BC Institute of Agrologists, among others. Victoria Times Colonist (BC)