Paul Galpern

Paul Galpern is an assistant professor in UCalgary's Faculty of Environmental Design, teaching landscape ecology and geographic information systems (GIS). A major theme of his research is pollinator conservation and how landscape use and climate change affect wild pollinator status and pollination services in natural and agricultural landscapes, and how this may contribute to pollinator decline.

Gregory Lowan-Trudeau

Gregory Lowan-Trudeau is an assistant professor in UCalgary's Werklund School of Education. His research interests include Indigenous science and environmental education, Indigenous environmental knowledge and philosophy, renewable energy development, environmental health and justice, and social movement learning. 

Geoffrey Hay

Geoffrey Hay an associate professor in UCalgary's Department of Geography in the Faculty of Arts. Geoffrey leads an active graduate and post-doctoral research program titled Thermal Remote Sensing and GEOBIA for Urban Energy Efficiency.

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