Student Project Symposium – November 25th, 2013

Everyone welcome! Monday, November 25th 9:00 am – 4:00 pm University Club (2nd floor) 168 Stuart Street Queen’s University The Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve is a 2700 square kilometer area located immediately northeast of Kingston. It was deisgnated in 2002 with the goal of promoting and fostering sustainable development throughout the region. This year, students … Continue reading

ENSC 430 in the News!

Sustainability course links students with greater community Queen’s University News Centre – 2012-11-19 A unique fourth-year environmental studies course brings students in direct contact with their local community as they partner with the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve (FABR) and help the organization improve and promote the sustainable development of the region. Students in ENSC 430, … Continue reading

Student Project Symposium – November 20th, 2012

Everyone welcome! Tuesday, November 20th 9:00 am – 4:30 pm University Club (2nd floor) 168 Stuart Street Queen’s University The Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve is a 2700 square kilometer area located immediately northeast of Kingston. It was deisgnated in 2002 with the goal of promoting and fostering sustainable development throughout the region. In 2012, students … Continue reading

2010 and 2011 Projects Uploaded

All projects from 2009-2011 have been uploaded to the site. To find a particular report try using the search bar to the right, browse by category or visit the Student Projects page to see a list of all previous year’s reports.

Sustainable Water Management and Use – 2011

By: Elia Cheng, Brendan Frank, Catalina Herrera and Christopher Ng Our project will seek to provide some insight into water systems by drawing connections between policies, social initiatives and economic considerations, and looking at their impacts on consumption and conservation practices in three specific FAB communities. We are looking to add a new dimension to the … Continue reading