As part of the 2022 Wall Scholars Catalyst program, these 12 UBC scholars will come together to build connections, cultivate relationships and initiate collaborations that engage with the urgency, scale and complexity of the Climate and Nature Emergency.Learn More about the Person: Wall Catalyst Scholars 2022.
The PWIAS Catalyst Program supports inter- and trans-disciplinary collaborations that address the urgency, scale and complexity of the climate crisis, climate justice and biodiversity loss. By connecting scholars, students, artists, disciplines, sectors and communities we hope to expand the ways of knowing and acting in this challenging socio-ecological moment.
In partnership with the UBC Emeritus College, the Institute has assembled a cohort of 10 UBC Emeriti to participate in the PWIAS Catalyst Program focusing on the Climate and Nature Emergency.Learn More about the Person: Wall Catalyst Emeriti 2022.
In partnership with the Public Scholars Initiative (Graduate and Post Doctoral Studies, UBC) and through the funding of an undergraduate fellowship (with UBC Climate Hub) the Wall Catalyst Fellows wil explore opportunities to “dig deeper and relate wider” to CNE.Learn More about the Person: Wall Catalyst Student Fellows 2022.
12 catalyst artists, who are active in the arts sector in Canada and internationally, collaboratively reflect on how art can help us face the complexities of our current times.Learn More about the Person: Artist Digital Residency 2022.
The Campus Synergy Group is composed of staff leaders from 10 operational units committed to taking bold and diverse actions to address climate and nature emergencies.Learn More about the Person: Campus Synergy Group 2022.