Climate change is ‘accelerating’, undergoing some of the largest changes recorded in the past 65 million years, say scientists from Stanford University. On May 27th and 28th join Elizabeth May and other experts to discuss local, regional and national solutions […]Continue Reading →
Andrew Heintzman, CEO and co-founder of InvestEco Capital, is one of six people talking about adapting to climate change at the Muskoka Summit on the Environment in Bracebridge this May.
On May 27th and 28th, 2016 join other community members and […]
The 2016 Muskoka Summit on the Environment (MSE) is providing several opportunities for students to get involved while promoting environmental research in the Muskoka River Watershed.
MSE is accepting applications until February 26th for the second disbursement of the MSE […]
Sarah Hasnain, PhD candidate at Queens University, has won the first ever Muskoka Summit on the Environment (MSE) Research Award. The award, in the amount of $7,500, supports graduate student environmental research within Muskoka in fields related to environmental science, […]Continue Reading →
Students, researchers and businesses can highlight their work at the 2016 Summit. Here's how:
The second MSE Research Grant will be awarded to a graduate student to support environmental research within the Muskoka River Watershed in the fields of environmental science, resource studies and/or policy.
Researchers will display posters that describe innovative and exciting research in the fields of environmental science or studies/policy related to the broad theme of proposing creative solutions to address the issue of climate change.
Businesses and organizations can highlight their efforts to reduce the impact of climate change and adapt to the coming climate by sponsoring the 2016 Muskoka Summit on the Environment. Starting at just $50, one of our four levels of sponsorship is just right for you!