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How climate change affects Nunavut’s water

How climate change affects Nunavut’s water

David Atkinson, an associate professor with Ryerson’s geography department, studies how climate change affects an arctic environment’s water. Learn more about his recent trip to Baker Lake and Pond Inlet in Nunavut to encourage community research.

The team behind Gimme360 in their office at Ryerson's Fashion Zone (LR Alex De Jäger (Courtesy of Danielle Lee)

Ryerson startup combines virtual reality, fashion and charity

A startup from Ryerson’s Fashion Zone is combining fashion and technology to start a social movement and is using Kickstarter to do it. Gimme360 is a clothing company that donates proceeds from every garment sold to provide water for developing countries. The amount of proceeds donated depend on the project they’re working on due to the amount of equipment needed […]

Ryerson student Spencer Crook, on exchange in the Netherlands. (Courtesy Nora Sutton, Wageningen University)

Exchange brings Dutch water technology home

Ryerson Urban Water (RUW), a multidisciplinary team of scientists and engineers focusing on water solutions for cities, hopes its new partnership with Wageningen University can encourage the adoption of progressive water solutions at Ryerson. Spencer Crook is an environmental science management master’s student at Ryerson and is currently on exchange in the Netherlands at Wageningen University. He said that he […]

by Jordan Mady· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
Ryersonian Weekly Wrap Episode: 37

Ryersonian Weekly Wrap Episode: 37

              This week on The Ryersonian weekly wrap: Ryerson University is blacklisted from using the city’s water trailers Free pie lures students to vote early on campus And much more… Hosted by Cole Deakin and Alysia Burdi.

by Alysia Burdi· · Audio, News, On Campus, Podcasts
Science Corner: Water on Mars?

Science Corner: Water on Mars?

NASA announced this morning that they have discovered water flowing on Mars. Liquid water is a precursor for life, which means NASA is one step closer to finding extraterrestrial life forms. Cait Martin Newnham has more.

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