Join Chris D. the Raincoast Education Society for the ï¬fth event of the 2012-2013 Raincoast Speaker Series. This talk will focus on his efforts to include wildlife considerations in salmon management in the Great Bear Rainforest. Friday April 15th- 8:00-9:00pm Where: Ecological Classroom, Tofino Botanical Gardens Admission: $5 suggested donation For more info: 250.725.2560 or […]
Here is an article now 20 years old. It features our lab’s senior (though benevolent) alpha male, Dr. Paul Paquet.Â Its remarkable history of where Paul comes from, scientifically and philosophically. Its also the project on which I (CTD) met Paul and received my first mentorship. Finally the piece gives some clues as to why […]
Another chance to see this incredible film at UVic. Its free and open to the public! This IdeaFest screening combines an exciting adventure-sport documentary with an in-depth dialogue of issues around a proposal that has captured widespread attention.Â After the 25-minute film, a panel of geography and environmental studies scholars will join a leader from […]
A surf movie with a message: See Chris D in this incredible movie, it will be screening in Whistler March. 4th. Read about in in Pique, here. Pique Article- Â by Alyssa Noel.
Chris D and Paul quoted in Huffington Post: Tax dollars are supporting the killing and torturing of BC wolves using neck snares in sanctioned cull. To see what Chris and Paul have to say in this informative article, click here. Tues, March 5- B.C.’s Torturous Wolf Management. Article by Chris Genovali In Huffington Post:Â B.C.’s Torturous […]
Awesome piece on Global featuring Chris D! TV camerasÂ rolling in the ACS lab.Â We shared our geographic passion of the coast to the largest TV audience in BC. Watch it on the website forÂ Global TV.Â “A local surfer and filmmaker has found an entertaining way to add hisÂ voice to opposition to the Northern Gateway […]
WEBSITE UNDER CONTRUCTION Welcome to our fledgling lab and website. In a nutshell, we are a team of multidisciplinary conservation scholars dedicated to acutely applied research and education to the benefit of natural and human systems. Much of our geographic focus is the Great Bear Rainforest on British Columbiaâ€™s central coast, though our goal is […]