Congratulations to QE3 graduate student Johanna Mason, who successfully defended her Master of Environnmental Studies thesis, “Stable isotope analyses reveal minimal incorporation of petrogenic carbon into a freshwater food web after experimental spills of diluted bitumen” today!
Yesterday, we welcomed three federal candidates (Barrington Walker, Mark Gerretsen, and Candice Christmas) for Kingston and the Islands to discuss and answer questions on sustainability. Organized by SustainabilityAction, topics included social and environmental justice, indigenous reconciliation, commitment to climate action, investing in public transit and green technologies, banning single-use plastics, regionalizing food systems, and more!
QE3 research group members, Diane Orihel and Eden Hataley, moderated the forum.
Don’t forget to vote on Monday, October 21!
Research at Queen’s has published an article about our research on diluted bitumen at the Experimental Lakes Area. Read the article here: https://www.queensu.ca/research/features/deliberating-dilbit
Congratulations to QE3 graduate student Sam Patterson, who successfully defended his Master of Environnmental Studies thesis, “An investigation of the toxicological impacts of oil sands products and pollutants on developing amphibians” today!