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As summers get warmer, more rain may not be better than less
Warm, wet summers are historically unusual and could bring unexpected disruptions to ecosystems and society, according to new UBC research.


Sally Aitken named as 2018 recipient of the Genome BC Award for Scientific Excellence
Sally Aitken has been named this year’s recipient of the Genome BC Award for Scientific Excellence by LifeSciences BC.


One-On-One with John Innes
John Innes, Dean of the Faculty of Forestry, on leadership, humour, and what inspires him. Learn more


Congratulations to Dr John Innes
John was elected an International Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry. Learn more


Congratulations to John Innes for being elected as a Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry
Congratulations to John Innes who was elected an International Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry.


The Role of Nature in Improving the Health of a Population
There are various health benefits linked to being able to access to nature; including increased physical activity, stress recovery, and improved cognitive development.


Cumulative Effects
Cumulative Effects are changes to the environmental, social and economic values - caused by the combined effect of past, present and potential future human activities & natural processes.


Escape To Freedom: A Forestry Revolution – Thoughts by Kianna Gnap
The Canadian forestry industry has an interesting history. A recent article in History Magazine on Hungarian Forestry student refugees and their impact on the industry outlined some intriguing background.



Recap of 2 Week Landscape Ecology & Management Intensive
The MGEM program kicks off with a 2-week Landscape Ecology & Management intensive comprised of lectures, discussions and hands-on exercises.