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(background in hydrometeorology, climate research, aviation weather forecasting, automated observing networks and the impacts of air pollution on health.)
As cities look to cut carbon emissions in their construction sector, the use of low-carbon concrete over other alternatives could help them do just that. 'Green' or carbon dioxide (CO2) mineralized concrete has received support from the U.S.
Bill Pugsley'Switching to carbon-injected concrete — in every new street and sidewalk and building and parking lot — is one of the most immediate ways a city can slash emissions.'
The Government of Canada has released predictions about the future of our country through the lens of pertinent climate change indicators. In Montreal, the data shows significant increases in temperatures as well as precipitation. The data below…
The 2019 Academic Ranking of World Universities, a research-focused international ranking of higher education institutions, ranked U of T 24th in the world (photo by Dave Chan) The University of Toronto has once again been ranked the top university…
Bill Pugsley“These results are a reflection of the incredible and influential research that takes place at the University of Toronto,” says Cheryl Regehr, #UofT’s vice-president and provost.