STEM for Global Resilience


STEM for Global Resilience

The mandate of the STEM for Global Resilience research cluster is to critically inform public debate and shape the policy discourse addressing the nexus between technology, innovation, social and economic policy. The cluster brings together scientists from all domains – material, physical, life and social science – to help advance evidence-based decisions for disaster recovery, economic growth, a sustainable environment and improved quality of life.

Cluster Leads

Cluster Lead

Jatin Nathwani
University of Waterloo

PhD Support Officer


"Mitigating Global Warming is Not Our Only Problem: Are we 'sleepwalking' towards a global polycrisis?", by William White in Global Risk Institute.

"If Something Cannot Go on Forever, It Will Stop", by William White in Canadian International Council 69 (30). Copy of the presentation of this paper.

Zero fossil fuel dependence by 2050: Canada needs a national commission, by Jatin Nathwani and Ann Fitz-Gerald in The Hill Times

Stuff featured BSIA Faculty member Simon Dalby – Should we ban adverts for inefficient petrol and diesel cars?

STEM for Global Resilience – Research Cluster Members

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